Valeree – Better Off

Valeree – Better Off

Valeree – Better Off

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Valeree

 

SONG TITLE: Better Off

 

RELEASE DATE: 06/04/2021

 

GENRE: Retro-Pop

 

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Known as Valeree, rising retro-pop artist Megan Mortensen has become something of a poster child for the “hot mess” in independent music. Having recently gone public with her PTSD diagnosis, Valeree has always been candid about how a past riddled with addiction issues, money problems, and trauma has played a defining role in her life, yet her fans have come to love her for the writing of these experiences through a uniquely witty and often lighthearted lens.
Another theme throughout her music has been empowerment, particularly for women, with her most recent single “Better Off” being no exception. “It’s a mix of a big, silly ‘fuck you’ to your shit ex and a celebration of how great you are without needing the validation of a plus-one. It’s my first official contribution to hot girl summer,” she says of the recent release.
Valeree’s most recent EP “It’s Fine, I’m Fine” has garnered over half a million streams since its release on March 19, after two of its songs (“Deity” and “Broke”) went viral on the popular social media app TikTok. Her previous project, debut EP “Masochist”, has garnered over a million streams since its release last year and has been nominated for multiple awards, including “Best Pop EP” at the Independent Music Awards.

 

 

LYRICS:

 

Hey
I see you creeping on my stories
Even though it’s been like four years
Since we broke up (mmm)

 

Hey
Can’t help but think it’s kinda funny
All this time you still thinking of me
But you make me wanna throw up (gross)

 

Now I don’t give a fuck about you no more
No, I don’t give a fuck about you no more
Yeah I think you suck (mmm)
I said I don’t give a fuck about you no more
Don’t give a fuck about you no more
Yeah, go and get fucked

 

Cause I’m so much better off now that it’s over
It’s like I spent 3 years drunk but now I’m finally sober
And I’ve been so much happier lately
It’s like it was all a bad dream, now you’re just a faded memory

 

Hey
How’s it feel watching from the sidelines?
While I make my dreams come true and get mine
Yeah, I bet it sucks

 

And by the way
I know you’re super fucking jealous
As you should be, you coulda had this
But you went and fucked it all up (mmm)

 

And now I don’t give a fuck about you no more
No, I don’t give a fuck about you no more
Yeah I think you suck (mmm)
Said I don’t give a fuck about you no more, don’t give a fuck about you no more
Yeah go and get fucked

 

No like seriously, go fuck yourself

 

Cause I’m so much better off now that it’s over
It’s like I spent 3 years drunk but now I’m finally sober
And I’ve been so much happier lately
It’s like it was all a bad dream
Now you’re just a faded memory

 

And I been treating me better than you ever did
And while you’ve been missing me
I’ve been getting better dick
I don’t even need it
I know that I’m the shit
Put your bullshit to a melody, that’s money in my pocket

 

Cause I’m so much better off now that it’s over
It’s like I spent 3 years drunk and now I’m finally sober
And I’ve been so much happier lately
It’s like it was all a bad dream
Now you’re just a faded memory
It’s like it was all a bad dream
Now you’re just a faded memory

 

What was his name again?

 

 

Discuss the concept of mixing genres together.
Since I started making music, I’ve always had a really hard time describing it in a few words to anyone who asks, because I’m usually pulling from many different genres and eras. I grew up listening to the Beatles, Alanis Morissette, and all kinds of music that don’t really sound like my music – but have influenced my writing in a lot of ways. I love R&B and soul music so much, I think my sound is very inspired by those genres, but also often incorporates pop, Motown, funk, blues – really depending on the song, you’ll likely hear multiple genres as influences. They’re usually all tied together via a pop sensibility and a “retro” sound, largely to do with the fact that all of my songs are recorded with live drums and mostly live instruments. I think in today’s day and age, Gen Z is really anti-label and all about mixing all kinds of things, which has seeped its way into music and allowed artists to experiment with many genres, which is really awesome. At the end of the day, I’m always trying to create a song I’d want to listen to and do what fits the song best, so in this particular instance that was a pretty poppy song with some funk influence. I tend to like pop best when it has other genre elements influencing it, so if I’m making a pop song, you’ll always be able to hear some of my other influences in it somewhere.

 

Elaborate on your childhood background.
I grew up in a small town just outside of Pittsburgh, PA. I’ve been performing since I can remember; I was always involved in musical theater and singing as much as possible. I’ve also been writing songs since I can remember, but I never thought I’d actually perform or release songs I wrote. I just wrote them in lieu of a diary growing up. I started struggling with substance abuse issues at a really early age, and by the time I was 16 I’d been arrested, hospitalized for alcohol poisoning, and had a lot of chaos as a result of my addictions, so I got sent to rehab in Los Angeles. It was during that time that I wrote the first song I thought was actually good enough to be shared with the public, so that inspired me to start trying to really write my own music. I was in and out of different types of rehab settings for a few years, simultaneously performing original music around Los Angeles. I’ve been working as a musician (and had many, many side jobs) ever since!

 

Discuss your music life.
I grew up playing piano and doing musical theater. All of my singing training has been through theater, and I quit piano at age 12, so I’m not nearly as good at it now as I was back then, sadly. I use my piano knowledge and ability to read and write music to write my originals, and then I collaborate with some really incredible musicians to build my songs into what you hear as the final product. I spend nearly all my time writing and recording music, and I was playing live whenever I could before the pandemic hit. When I’m not writing or recording, I’m working on music videos, working on my website, making social media content – there’s always something to be doing in this career as an independent artist.

 

Elaborate on your recording experience in the studio.
I started recording in a studio in Hollywood called Rev 9 – it’s not there anymore sadly, but it was an awesome studio. It had everything I could’ve ever wanted (except a real piano!) and it definitely felt like the old-school studio experience. My producer at the time owned the studio, his intern was also there round the clock, so generally, the 3 of us would build my songs from the ground up. I’d come in with a fully written song as far as chords, lyrics, and melodies, and together we’d build the parts for each of the other instruments. We’d start by bringing my drummer in and recording him, then usually the studio intern Adam would record a bass part, then either he would record guitar or my pianist Max would come to record, and then we’d work out midi parts and finish with vocals and background vocals.
On this song and my previous release, I’ve started working with just Adam (who is no longer an intern and is now my main producer) and we record out of his bedroom. It’s kind of funny, I’ve essentially done the usual experience backward, but I’m really happy with the way we’re doing things. We record my drummer Devin in his garage and do the rest of the recording in Adam’s room, it all feels very fitting for being an independent artist, and I think the quality is just as good as it was in the studio.

 

Discuss the songwriting process of this song.
This song pretty much tells you the songwriting process in the first few lines, ha-ha. I caught my ex-boyfriend watching my Instagram stories one day, about four years after we’d broken up, and we have only spoken maybe once or twice since then, so it was pretty random and weird. The melody and lyrics of the verse just popped in my head and I thought they were kind of funny, so I sang it on my Instagram stories. People ended up responding to that overwhelmingly positively, so I was like, well I guess I’m going to finish this song. The entire thing just kind of flowed out as far as melody and lyrics within minutes that same night. I still didn’t think I’d record it cause it’s so ridiculous, but at the end of the day, over time the song kept getting stuck in my head and made me feel really happy, so I decided to record it. From there, I met with Adam and we put some chords to it (usually I do that in advance but in this case, I was being lazy) and pretty much hit the studio.

 

Tell us what is special about the song that can hook a listener.
If you have a shitty ex and you want to feel empowered about having a better life without them, this song is for you!

 

Discuss what you consider in a hit song.
I think the melody is the most important factor when it comes to a hit song. When I listen to a song, I definitely pay attention to the lyrics on the first listen. I used to think that was how everyone listened to music, but as I’ve gotten older I’ve realized that almost no one around me even cares about lyrics. A lot of people won’t notice a clever or important lyric until they’ve heard a song like 10 times. I think that just goes to show that it’s a catchy melody that keeps people coming back. However, for a song to be a hit, I think it really does have to hit that sweet spot of catchy melodies, great lyrics, and the right instrumentation. It’s a diamond in the rough. I think once people are already famous and beloved, they might be able to have hits lacking in one of these elements because the song’s immediately going to be consumed by fans who already have a positive connotation going in, but for someone to have a breakout hit, it’s going to have to be pretty incredible in all three areas. I also think, generally speaking, hits are more upbeat 90% of the time these days.

 

Tell us your opinion on melody.
I think it’s the most important element of a song in regards to what makes something a hit! At the end of the day, the melody is the driving force of the song. If you’ve got the best lyrics in the world and a bad melody, your song is probably not that great. I also think a great melody with bad lyrics isn’t going to be the best song ever, but it might be a bit better than the former.

 

Elaborate on what you are doing to develop your music career.
Right now, I’m just working on consistently releasing as much music as I can. I’ve got another single coming very soon, and I intend to keep consistently releasing singles until my debut album releases, which I’m also working on at the moment. I’m also filming another music video, which will be my fifth music video ever and my fourth this year. I’m definitely working like crazy, but I love this work, so I’m very happy about it!

 

List your greatest supporters.
My friends and my mom are very supportive, which is awesome. Most of my friends come to as many of my shows as they can, they always listen to my songs right away and watch and share all my videos. It’s really cool. But I definitely also have to shout out my more hardcore fans, I receive so many direct messages on Instagram just full of love for my music, and that’s what keeps me going in the harder times. They share my songs on their stories and just do all kinds of things that are so meaningful to me, they’ll go, buy my music and then stream it on streaming sites anyway just to support me – I feel super lucky to be so supported.

 

Compare a music career to a non-music career.
I feel like really the only comparable careers to music are other art careers, but it’s still hard to think of one that’s all that similar. For example, actors can find work as background actors or working on sets, they can do indie stuff and still get paid – that’s not really the reality for musicians today. We don’t have a ton of options to be paid to do our work, and most of the time we actually have to pay in order to do our work. I pay for studio time, musicians, distribution, album art, website – all that stuff, and you don’t start seeing a return on that in the streaming era until you’ve become pretty successful. I guess it’s really more comparable to being a business owner than anything else, except that you have to constantly try to prove that your product is worth paying attention to because it’s not something people “need”. It’s a strange career and definitely not for anyone who’s not completely in love with it. However, I think for those of us who are – it’s also the most rewarding thing we could possibly do. As many downsides as there are, I get to do what I love every day and I get to share it with people. That’s pretty rad.

 

State your future goals.
My biggest goal right now is to put out my debut album. Of course, I’ve got all the big goals like go on a worldwide tour, win a Grammy, all that kind of stuff – but I try to focus on the more immediate stuff. I’ve wanted to put out an album my whole life, so I’m just so excited to be working towards that and to know it’s going to happen soon. I’d love to go on tour soon, probably a tour of the southwest. As soon as that’s plausible with the state of the world, I’ll be trying to set that up!

 

Discuss what has changed in the music business.
So much! Obviously, the biggest change has been streaming services. That’s not only changed the way artists are paid and how music is consumed, it’s also given the listeners so much more power over what gets popular. Labels still have a heavy influence on these services, they have partnerships and whatnot, but they can’t completely gatekeep these days. Independent artists can reach worldwide audiences for the first time without labels. We also make a fraction of the money we would’ve in the old days, but we can do it on our own terms, so there’s give and take to it all. TikTok is also a pretty massive change. TikTok can blow an artist or a song up overnight like nothing I’ve ever seen or heard of, and it doesn’t appear to be going anywhere. TikTok doubled my audience in days when my recent EP came out “it’s fine, I’m fine”, and I’ve seen other artists blow up to a way bigger extend. I’m interested to see the long-term effects of platforms like that.

 

Tell us the most important tools for an artist.
Pen and paper! For me, the most important thing is writing, or creating whatever kind of art you create. The most important tool for me in my writing is vulnerability. At the end of the day, I believe honesty is the difference between “good” art and “bad” art. People connect with vulnerability and honesty. Social media is the other most important tool! You could have the greatest song in the world and it wouldn’t matter if nobody hears it.

 

Elaborate on the song.
This song is really just a silly, fun, cocky middle finger to all shitty exes out there. It’s my contribution to hot girl summer. I want it to make people, particularly people who identify as women, feel powerful and fun, and confident. It’s not my most lyrical or deepest song, but it’s not meant to be! Put this song on when you’re getting ready to go out and try to tell me it doesn’t put you in a good mood.

 

Elaborate on your artist’s name and the title of the album.
My real name is Megan, so Valeree does seem super random. Really, it was just the fake name I used to give out at bars when men would bother me. I used it so often it kind of became an alter ego, so when I needed to pick a stage name, it just felt right. It already felt like a part of my identity. The song is called “Better Off” because it’s about feeling like you’re better off without your toxic ex like your life has gotten better and you’re simply happier. It’s about the glow-up.

 

Share your press release and review with us.
Valeree Stunts on Exes in Upcoming Summer Anthem “Better Off”
Pittsburgh-native Los Angeles retro-pop artist Valeree is releasing a new single and music video “Better Off” on Friday, June 4th, following the ascendance of her sophomore EP, “It’s Fine, I’m Fine”…
On “Better Off” song: “‘Better Off’ is definitely the most fun song I’ve released so far and I know exactly why”, Valeree says of her upcoming single, “it started as a joke. I saw that my ex, who was truly the worst, was watching my Instagram stories recently. We broke up over 4 years ago, so it was odd enough for me to take note. I just blurted out the first verse alone in my room, laughing. The whole thing really was a joke, but I posted a clip on my Instagram stories and got absolutely flooded with positive responses, so I was like ‘well ok, I guess I have to finish this song’, so I just kept writing it with the same ridiculous energy and this is what came out. And I love it. I say ‘fuck’ 13 times, I counted.” While the lyrics were written in fun, the song does hold a lot of truth.
As much as it is a celebration of her happiness, it’s also packed with jabs at the ex-“He was so obsessed with money, so I knew it’d be the ultimate ‘fuck you’ to include the fact that I’ll be making money by writing this absurd song about what a dildo he was and how great I’m doing,” she says in reference to the lyric “put your bullshit to a melody, that’s money in my pocket”.
Valeree recorded the song with producer and long-time collaborator Adam Allison, as well as pianist Max Berlin and drummer Devin Pruden. “I just know to my core that being with this guy for so long when I deserved better was really traumatizing. It took age and time for me to really understand that, but now that I do, I want to use the experience to help other people who’ve dated people who treated them like shit. I want to give them something that makes them feel powerful and hot and amazing and makes them feel like they truly are better off without the toxic shit head ex”.
On “Better Off” music video: Valeree’s comments- “I really just wanted the video to keep the same core energy and amp it up by 1,000%. The song is cocky, funny, and ridiculous, so I wanted the video to be the cockiest, funniest, and most ridiculous thing I could pull off with a whopping budget of zero. So, it’s basically half me telling this dude to go fuck himself and half me low-key manifesting my future – as sadly I have not really won a Grammy or been on the cover of a music magazine, but maybe by putting this into the universe it’ll happen. Anyway, I just wanted it to be fun and ridiculous, but pretty much everything that could’ve gone wrong went wrong. We had to switch cameras halfway through shooting, switch DP’s, dealt with more cancellations and forced rescheduling than I could’ve ever imagined, it was all just very hectic, but that kind of goes along perfectly with the absurd energy of it all. I’m definitely proud that we managed to pull it off at all. I think the video’s super fun and silly, and that’s how I am in real life 95% of the time, so it’s nice to really be able to show that to the fans. I feel like a lot of the time my music is where I dump all the serious parts of me, so I can’t always put all the tomfoolery that I want in visuals, but this project really allowed me to fuck around and show my personality. There’s a shot where we’re just twerking on a wall, which is what I do at every party ever. Get an ounce of tequila in me and you simply cannot keep this tiny ass off the wall.”

 

 


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