WILLOW is deep in her feelings with her latest single and for good reason. The new song of the singer, it’s my fault, sees the 21-year-old questioning her responsibility for an explosive breakup with another woman.
The artist, who identifies as LGBTQ+, talks about emotional exchanges with his partner: ‘It’s all in my head, it’s all in my head / I try to go back and all the while / I hurt inside, it’s your fault.’
Speaking on the new single, WILLOW shares more about the meaning of it’s my fault: “It is too often in tender emotional states that we try to blame others for our hurts. Even though none of us are perfect, to some degree, we are the ones who allow ourselves to find ourselves in situations that do not serve our highest purpose.
“ It’s My Fault explores what it’s like to hold ourselves equally accountable for the emotional pain we feel while allowing ourselves to be human and fully process everything of our feelings without shame.
Whereas it’s my fault marks a new solo release for WILLOW, the singer stuck in the alternative scene. She recently collaborated with Siiickbrain for the release of Purge and YUNGBLUD for the anthem track, Memories.
While we expect some topical music to hit the charts soon, WILLOW is currently gearing up for festival tour dates at Lollapalooza in Chicago and Reading & Leeds in the UK.
So get ready to see WILLOW on stage soon and watch the singer’s visualizer, directed by Dana Trippe, because it’s my fault below: