UPSAHL releases "MoneyOnMyMind"
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"Expressing an unmatched vulnerability in each of her tracks, UPSAHL exudes an infectious sense of confidence that provides an aura of empowerment for her listeners, one so strong that pressing replay becomes increasingly irresistible." — V MAGAZINE
“UPSAHL’s music serves as higher education for all of us. It’s full of hooks that dare you to take the chance…they are young, voracious pop bops that don’t follow the typical formula.” — LADYGUNN
“Abiding self-assurance, bohemian soul, and unmistakable spunk.” — L’OFFICIEL USA
“Bold, self-assured, and above all – well – blunt.” — EARMILK
"She’s on her rock star ish”
Generating over 90 million streams and attracting widespread acclaim, tastemaker-touted alternative artist UPSAHL reveals a new single and video entitled “MoneyOnMyMind” today via RCA Records UK. The song sets the stage for the release of her highly anticipated sophomore EP, Young Life Crisis, out October 30th.
Regarding the song, she commented, "‘MoneyOnMyMind’ has nothing to do with actual money; it's a mindset. You can have all the money in the world and still be completely miserable, but to FEEL money as fuck, that's a whole other vibe. It’s all about the glow up. After every weak moment, there's always a bounce back, and this song captures that feeling of getting on some new shit and hustling for the life you want."
Produced by Absofacto, “MoneyOnMyMind” injects airy sonic flourishes into swelling bass, distorted 808s, and an undercurrent of guitar punctuated by a “cha-ching” or two. UPSAHL’s breathy delivery coils around the verses as she confesses, “I want the kind of love dollars can’t buy, but till the day comes, I’ll use them to pass the time,” before urging “show me the money.”
In addition, she also shares the Fight Club-inspired music video for “MoneyOnMyMind” today. The gritty visual intercuts vignettes of cash in a dryer with tight closeups and a spellbinding performance by UPSAHL.
She paved the way for Young Life Crisis with the single "People I Don't Like". To date, the track and music video have garnered over 3 million streams and counting. Plus, she unveiled an acoustic “Stripped” version here. Prior, she dropped off the standalone "12345SEX" , posting up close to 10 millions streams. See full EP tracklisting below.
Expanding her influence, she recently co-wrote “Good in Bed” for Dua Lipa’s chart-topping blockbuster, Future Nostalgia, and is currently lending her pen to Madison Beer, Anne-Marie, and many more.