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Black Polish shares new single ‘Willows’

Jayden Nicole Binnix (they/them), professionally known as Black Polish, embarked on their musical journey at the age of 13. Drawing inspiration from a diverse array of artists including Fleetwood Mac, Mitski, Lord Huron, Lorde, and Twenty One Pilots, the alt/indie artist, now 18 years old, they recently announced their forthcoming debut album, Forest (Monsters Live In The Trees), arrives January 26 via Riptide Music.

Following the release of the record’s last few singles— ‘Purple Skies,’ ‘Graves,’ ‘Void,’ and most recently ‘Streetsigns’ — now, Black Polish returns with another new cut entitled ‘Willows.’ The track is a dreamy, melodic ballad drenched in emotional vulnerability with an added sense of clarity atop plucked strings, glimmering chords, and a head-bobbing hand-clapped time signature.

“‘Willows’ was made as a false happy ending,” Binnix explains. “It speaks of when you hope that this current person you’re obsessed with can finally pull you out of the darkness and everything that is wrong with you disappears.”

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