Indy Yelich has released a new anxiety-fuelled single, ‘Killer’

The track arrived today, October 28th, via tmwrk records.

Indy Yelich – sister of Ella Yelich, AKA Lorde – has released her second single, ‘Killer’.

The new track follows debut single ‘Threads’, which dropped last month. Having spent the last four years honing her sound and stories, Indy’s career is now storming ahead, with a debut EP slated for release in early 2023.

“‘Killer’ is about the different sides of myself; anxiety-ridden, self-sabotaging and the bold, cheeky side,” she shares on the new song. “I wrote ‘Killer’ when I was on my way to a session at Diplo’s house. I was having an anxiety attack and was 30 minutes late already. In the car, I just remember looking in the car mirror in the uber and feeling inferior, red hot with frustration.”

“This song to me is about embracing being your own worst enemy, embracing the anxiety,” she adds. “This song is mischievous and me expressing my own frustrations.”

You can listen to ‘Killer’ here, and watch the official visualiser below:

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