Tinnitist Shares New Single “Deep End” by Jeen



Canadian indie alt-pop songstress Jeen premieres a “crisp, laid back” new single Deep End, the first to come from her forthcoming self-titled album to be released Oct. 9. Despite its shimmery, electro-pop vibes, Deep End draws inspiration from dealing with depression and anxiety, and is co-produced by Jeen and renowned Toronto musician/producer Ian Blurton (Change of Heart, C’mon, Future Now) and features Brendan Canning on bass. It’s accompanied by an official lyric video from Stephen Hutchins. Jeen reveals that “Deep End comes from a darker place than its bright vibe implies… a bit like smiling when really you feel like shit. I wrote it in a last-minute realization that we needed more songs to round out the album, so I felt defeated and tired and consequently that’s all I could write about that day. Since it was a last-minute addition, my brother Ben O’Brien couldn’t make it back into the studio to play bass, so I called in my old friend Brendan Canning.”




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