Glowie – Unlovable

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glowie – Unlovable

Glowie – Unlovable

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name:  Glowie

 

Song Title:  Unlovable

 

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Glowie uncovers a captivating music video for the song entitled ‘Unlovable.’

 

Glowie thrills with her heavenly voice.

 

‘Unlovable’ is tuneful and inspiring while the dance routine adds to the value of the video.

 

The video is rich in eye-catching colours.

 

More!

22-year-old Icelandic native Sara Pétursdóttir also known as Glowie releases her brilliant new single Unlovable on Columbia Records.

 

Whether sharing effervescent pop bangers about bullying on her single Cruel or wearing body insecurities on her sleeve on Body, proud feminist Glowie is finding that being honest and open with another is the antidote to life’s struggles.

 

Her brand new single, Unlovable, is a comforting reminder we needn’t suffer in silence as Glowie sings, “Just know I’m still here, I still care when you feel alone and unlovable, lean on me”.

 

The video features a diverse plethora of dancers handpicked by Glowie for their inspiring body confidence and captivating moves.

 

Her continuing transfiguration of negativity through genuine connection and glittering music is a vehemently earnest testimony to her strength as an artist and the song’s message – one which will continue to resonate with and encourage the many in her generation facing a multifarious range of new difficulties in isolation to reach out.

 

Speaking about the track, Glowie says: “I instantly fell in love with this song when I first heard it. The first thing that came to mind were the people I’ve connected with through my music, and the conversations I’ve had with them over the last few years.

 

I love how comforting this song is, it’s all love and support, something that we all need, something that’s important that we all give to each other.

 

I’m very open and honest, I talk about my experiences of being a woman in this world, of being a survivor of sexual abuse, dealing with anxiety and depression and other people open up to me about their experiences.

 

It’s definitely one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever felt before, being able to connect with others in that way where we relate to each other so much and we’re able to bring comfort and support for each other.”

 

The release follows the announcement of her support on Banks’ forthcoming European tour and debut EP Where I Belong in June, which heralded widespread critical acclaim for its ability to mix glorious pop tracks with an important positive message for the masses.

 

The Banks support tour is adding to an impressive list of performances for the already acclaimed artist: handpicked by Ed Sheeran to open for him in Iceland in August, Brighton’s Great Escape Festival and a support for Marina at The Royal Albert Hall in May.

 

 

About Glowie

Born, raised and based in Reykjavik, when Glowie was not in the studio or working her way around her favourite record store, the reflective millennial could usually be found in the nearby pine forests blissing out in the silence.

 

Iceland can be an isolating place, but Glowie embraced the solitude. Bouncing between the bedrooms of her older siblings as a child gave her all the musical education she needed; Outkast, JT, and Craig David with her brother, and J.Lo, Sugababes, and Destiny’s Child with her sister.

 

 

Like many of us, Glowie grew up with uncertainty about herself and how she looked.

 

 

She caught on early that it helped to channel her feelings into art. Knowing the importance of taking care of yourself both physically and mentally proud feminist Glowie is conscious of spreading not just positivity but real talk both on social media and with her music.

 

 

Glowie released her debut single Body in October 2018. Written by Julia Michaels (Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Britney Spears, et al.) the gold-plated banger arrived alongside a video featuring a diverse plethora of dancers handpicked by Glowie for their inspiring body confidence and captivating moves.

 

And, having met US rapper Saweetie on set in Los Angeles, Glowie then released said Saweetie version to the masses, completing the package and marking an impressive arrival for the gen Z star.

 

Her second single Cruel was penned by hitmaker and Glowie collaborator Tayla Parx (Ariana Grande, Anderson Paak, Khalid, et al.).

 

Bullied at school for being too skinny, Glowie found herself in an unhealthy relationship with her body and a whole host of uncertainty.

 

Today however she proudly wears all her vulnerabilities on her sleeve, harnessing Cruel as the luminary for a new empowered generation, hungry to live their lives through unparalleled and uncensored honesty.

 

Lyrics:

Slow down

Think you need a minute just to slow down, slow down

So gone

I can see you’re struggling just to hold on, hold on

 

Show me where you’re hurting, you’re hurting

Swimming in the deep end

Don’t say you deserve it, deserve it

When nobody else understands

 

Just know

I’m still here, I still care

When you feel alone and unlovable

Lean on me, I’ll be there

When you feel alone and unlovable

 

Sometimes

I can tell you’re acting like it’s all fine, all fine

Don’t hide

I’ll pick up the pieces if you break down, break down

 

Show me where you’re hurting, you’re hurting

Swimming in the deep end

Don’t say you deserve it, deserve it

When nobody else understands

 

Just know

I’m still here, I still care

When you feel alone and unlovable

Lean on me, I’ll be there

When you feel alone and unlovable

 

Everybody’s hurting, hurting

Swimming in the deep end

And everybody’s searching for something

Tryna find their way back again

 

Just know

I’m still here, I still care

When you feel alone and unlovable

Lean on me, I’ll be there

When you feel alone and unlovable

 

Just know

I’m still here, I still care

When you feel alone and unlovable

Lean on me, I’ll be there

When you feel alone and unlovable

 

Just know, just know I’ll be there

My love, you know I’ll be there

Just know, just know I’ll be there

When you feel alone and unlovable

 


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