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Los Angeles-based indie songstress Boh Doran dropped her newest 90s-nostalgic single “Superstar.”
Doran describes her authentically-alt track:
This song is about chasing an authentic dream but losing sight of what drove me to chase that dream in the first place. It paints Los Angeles as a world in which I burn out on ego/superficiality and throw up my white flag – I ‘give up the ghost’, aka the ‘keeping up with the joneses’ mentality. I also surrender my need to ladder climb in the entertainment world, where I constantly found myself surrounded by other artists who wanted to be ‘famous’ but found themselves drowning self destruction and insecurity.
Along with the single, Doran released a visualizer bringing “Superstar” to life with a montage of home video-esque footage that will induce strong feelings of wanting to be Doran’s friend and #1 fan. Doran, a superstar in the making, will release more singles in 2021 with a full album in the works. Until new music is released, stream Doran’s two other releases of 2020, “on fire,” and “the drugs don’t work.”
Check out the Visualizer here:
Stream “Superstar” now on Spotify!