LISTEN: Imogen Mahdavi unveils hypnotic new track ‘Some Things Are Best Oversaid’

London-based singer-songwriter Imogen Mahdavi has unveiled her latest track, ‘Some Things Are Best Oversaid.’ Buoyed by Mahdavi’s distinct smokey delivery and epic, hypnotic pop production dusted with a tinge of twangy country magic, the track is laden with melancholy.

Inspired by the likes of Joan Baez and Anita Carter, Imogen wanted to reignite the old romance of country songs, whilst simultaneously creating something for people to dance to. ‘Some Things Are Best Oversaid’ narrates wearing your heart on your sleeve, not only romantically, but also with your friends, family, and creative passions. The songwriter confides, “Life is short and I am not one to be coy about my love for someone. If you make me happy I want to shout it from the rooftops and show my appreciation. I think we get too fixated on being too much for others, not being cool enough, but there is nothing more dope to me than an honest heart and someone who isn’t afraid of being judged for showing it.”

‘Some Things Are Best Oversaid’ follows the success of ‘Crowd of Thoughts’ early this year, a hauntingly epic track produced by Grammy Award Winner Eddie Serafica, who has previously worked with artists like Hamzaa and James Bay.

Mahdavi is known for her unique and rich vocals, which tell a thousand stories and have drawn comparisons between her and global superstar Lana Del Rey. With a slew of wistful indie-pop releases under her belt, the musician has forged her own path, carving her name with her beautifully introspective creations. Mahdavi has received coverage from the likes of BBC radio, Clash Magazine, i-D Magazine, and ITV.

‘Some Things Are Better Oversaid’ is available worldwide.

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