Anastasia Elliot Releases New Song “Bones”
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Anastasia Elliot released a new song “Bones” from her upcoming debut album “La Petite Mort” on February 24, 2023.
The track was written by Anastasia Elliot, Eric Rosse, Connor Pledger, and Joshua Crosby. Produced by Joshua Crosby and Anastasia Elliot.
The music video for the song will premiere on March 3, 2023.
The debut album comprises 13-track and is expected to be released in 2023.
Anastasia Elliot said of the song, “La Petite Mort ('The Little Death') explores my relationship with the phases of trauma and rebirth following my plane crash in 2013. I wrote 'Bones' as a snapshot into the bandaid trauma bonding type of relationship that we often seek after going through something cataclysmic. The kind of childish love that makes us chase the red flags while also becoming the red flags.”
- She continued, “'Bones' is the ultimate distraction of fun, the comic relief of La Petite Mort if you will. The part of the story where I started seeking to control others since I couldn't control my insides or my situation. It can be easier that way sometimes, but it never ends well. This song came from my first misguided attempts to take back my personal power, looking for it in the wrong places that came easy to me and devouring many innocent hearts in the process. With the violence that is weaved into the more carefree and playful soundscape of this song, it shows the internal knowledge that at this time, there was no happy ending in a relationship with me. When you are searching for a partner from a broken place, it will always end in another little death.”
She shared about the video on social media, “If any one unwarily draws in too close and hears the singing of the Siren, his wife and children will never welcome him home again, for she sits in the wreckage and warbles him to death with the sweetness of her song. There is a great heap of dead men's bones lying all around, with the flesh still rotting off them. Cages built of the structures that once held great men and women upright. She sits on her throne, (the backbone was once named Kathy), teeth adorning her knuckles, music flowing through her veins.”
Photo by Derek Jones
- source : Apple Music