Pixey has announced her debut mini-album, ‘Dreams, Pains & Paper Planes’.
Set to arrive in September via Chess Club Records, the news comes alongside a brand new track ‘Recycled Paper Planes’.
The follow up to previous single ‘Come Around (Sunny Day)’, the song was written, recorded and produced by Pixey from her bedroom in a single day.
She explains: “‘Recycled Paper Planes’ is a track I wrote, recorded and produced in one day in my bedroom. The whole thing flowed so quickly – I started with the bass line and quickly wrote the corresponding guitar parts. The song is about everybody trying to relive & recreate other people’s dreams, that nothing is ever really original. We’re all just a recycled, repackaged version of the past trying to make a living.”
On the mini-album, she continues: “Dreams, Pains & Paper Planes is my biggest release to date. The majority of the record was written, recorded and produced by myself in my bedroom, alongside a couple of studio tracks. Genre bending was something I wanted to experiment with, tailoring to the moods of each song but still keeping to the core big beat elements. I wanted to write a record that kept a sunny sound but was more anxious lyrically. More than anything, I want the listener to feel like they can dip into an alternate world for a while, whether it’s comforting or not”
You can check out ‘Recycled Paper Planes’ below.