Intricately weaving between the lines of industrial rock and ‘sad-girl’ pop, Someya achieves unprecedented levels of cinematic emotion with her latest single Always Here. The San Jose, CA native displays a daunting ability to construct a narrative that favors the creation of art, rather than subscribing to predictable commercial appeal.
“‘Always Here’ is what I like to call my angry song,” Someya muses, “This is one that takes me back to exactly how I felt when I wrote it, every time I sing it. It’s kind of like my own personal therapist because no matter what I’m going through, this song makes me feel better—like all the weight has been lifted, and I can just let everything out.”
Teaming up with Ed Clare and Georgann Ireland of Nova Noir Productions, Someya brought her vision for Always Here to life alongside Reto Peter, who is best known for his work on Green Day’s Grammy winning masterpiece American Idiot. Coupling operatic rock momentum with introspective lyrical poetry and subtle pop charisma, Always Here serves as the leading single from Someya’s upcoming sophomore EP.