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Xana goes rogue with rebellious anti-pop-rock anthem ‘Homewrecking Era’

Today, Vancouver-based rising pop artist Xana shares anthemic, rebellious dark-pop/rock track ‘Homewrecking Era’ out everywhere now. Alongside the release, the artist officially announces The Sex Was Good tour that will move across the U.S. this June and July beginning on June 1 in Portland, OR, with tickets on sale now via

Xana’s intimate, empowering sophomore album The Sex Was Good Until It Wasn’t is due out May 10 and available for pre-order now. The forthcoming gripping collection sees Xana confront dark truths and deep pain as she learns to process and heal past wounds through shimmering melodies, captivating vocals and candid, clever lyricism.

Out today, ‘Homewrecking Era’ is a shameless, playful exploration of toxicity and sees Xana step into a villainous role. Dripping with her signature seduction, the lyrics–paired with breathy, flirtatious vocals–depict a character who gets what they want, no matter the cost. Xana says the track is the record’s “bratty child,” as it dives into the forbidden pleasures of a toxic love affair one that, Xana states, “becomes the magnetic force that keeps two souls entwined, despite the impending chaos.” Describing its spirited sonic qualities, Xana adds, “The anti-pop-rock soundscape provides the perfect backdrop for this seductive odyssey, with gritty guitar riffs, thunderous drums, and a rebellious energy that mirrors the defiance in the narrator’s moral compass.”

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