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  • Mimi Webb Releases Debut EP “Seven Shades of Heartbreak”: Streaming

  • British singer-songwriter Mimi Webb released her debut EP “Seven Shades of Heartbreak” on October 22, 2021 via Epic Records.
    The EP comprises 7-track, including preceding singles “Good Without”, “Dumb Love” and “24/5”.
    “Good Without” reached at number eight on the UK Singles Chart.
    Produced by Digital Farm Animals, FBG Duck, Freedo, Garen Gueyikian, Johnny Black, LOSTBOY, Mojam and TMS.
    Mimi Webb shared on social media, “Writing this EP has really flipped my world, I've really been going through the change recently and been watching myself grow & only now started to prioritize myself. This EP is all about that growth & change we go through after we've let go of someone, and it just SUCKS some days but is what life is all about. I hope you enjoy my seven shades of heartbreak & my story❤️
    For making the EP, she was inspired by Adele. She spoke to POPSUGAR, “I'm always listening to Adele, and I think she's always been a really big influence and inspiration for me throughout my years of writing.”
    She described the EP as “Definitely the emotional ballad, powerhouse sing-your-heart out songs.”
  • Mimi Webb explained track-by-track for the EP via Apple Music.

    “Dumb Love”
    “'Dumb Love' was inspired by seeing an ex again and the nostalgic feeling for my past relationship—that first love where it was so giddy and exciting and 'dumb.' It ended up being a difficult couple of years, and I never thought I could have a friendship with him because I was so heartbroken from it. But he's actually really lovely and supportive and a good friend now. It gives me hope for my relationship that I've just come out of, because I think if I can get back to this place with him, I can do it with anyone.”

    “This song is about a past situation I've been in where on the weekdays they're there, and you feel really comfortable, it's all great. Then on the weekends they go off, turn into someone completely different and forget about you. Come Monday, they're back and they want to be with you again. We should be able to have that time apart and still feel stable in the relationship—how do we make it work?”

    “Little Bit Louder”
    “I wrote this about a feeling I had in the relationship I was just recently in. I always knew there was something not right, something was missing, and I kind of blamed myself for it. I was in the studio with [UK songwriting and production team] TMS and [LA songwriter] Sean Douglas and I was talking about how I just didn't know what was up because it was great on paper but I just didn't feel incredible anymore, and we jumped on this idea that I was trying to take responsibility. It's got a really fun vibe to it; it's not sad, it's very like, 'Oh, I think I know what the problem is! I'm not loving you enough!' When I left the studio I felt really good about myself because it felt like a therapy session, and I thought I had it figured out—even though I eventually realized that wasn't actually the problem at all.”

  • “Heavenly”
    “I actually wrote this around three or four years ago, about my first ex-boyfriend. We went back and forth for a good few years and then suddenly, the last time round, I just didn't want it anymore. It had gone on for so long and I was just exhausted. I made the decision I was over it. I went into the studio and I was like, 'I've just done something that I never thought I'd have the strength to do. I've ended it and it just feels great. It feels really heavenly.' It's got this dark, moody, sexier feel to it and brings out a different side to me as an artist and a person.”

    “The light at the end of the tunnel of the EP. I think peace is the vibe it brings, when something comes to an end and you know that it's going to be all right. I really wanted to show that the day will come when you wake up in the morning and think, 'Oh, the anxiety's gone,' and you feel more uplifted.”

    “Good Without”
    “The song that really kicked it all off for me: a really sassy self-love song. It's the 'I know what I'm worth, I know what I deserve, and if you are not everything I need, I'm happy to be without' track. It was the first song I wrote this year, and I think I knew it would be a game-changer for me. I was so inspired over Christmas, so going into the new year I had a big manifestation board and I really wanted to write a big smash that makes people feel powerful.”

    “Lonely in Love”
    “I think this song explains exactly why I did what I had to do and why I had to leave my relationship. If you are in love but you still feel lonely, it's like you are not getting every corner of the love that you deserve and want. You just feel so down. For so long I was like, 'What is the problem?' Even now I can't put my finger on what it was. But it was like this gut instinct that I had, that this is just not right, and 'Lonely in Love' really represents that. It's a tough song, emotionally; I think performing it live will be hard.”
  • source : Apple Music
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