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Josh A Releases New Album Lonely Vibes

Today, rising singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Josh A releases his much-anticipated new album, LONELY VIBES. Hailed for his malleable hybrid of pop, emo rap, and alternative rock, Josh A has amassed more than 1 billion worldwide combined streams and views, all while still under the mainstream radar and completely independent. LONELY VIBES threads together dexterous rhymes, surges of dynamic rock, and flashes of ethereal electronics into a cohesive story with a deliberate arc meant to mirror his own self-actualization.
“There’s a progression in terms of the message,” Josh explains. “The album starts out really depressed. As it unfolds, I’m building up my confidence. That happened in real life during the making of the record too. I broke through my comfort zone and gained confidence in my artistic ability. It’s a picture of someone who goes through the lowest of lows and slowly bounces back through self-reflection. After you accept yourself and embrace who you are, you become unstoppable.”
LONELY VIBES was heralded earlier this year with the releases of the infectious singles “Painless,” “ANXIOUS (Feat. guccihighwaters),” produced with Southern Beatz, and “Doubt Me,” recorded with co-producer/engineer Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Motionless In White). PAINLESS (THE REMIXES) was also released earlier this year. The three-track collection includes dynamic new versions reworked by such luminaries as Dutch DJ/producer Arcando, GRAMMY Award-nominated production duo SMLE, and Bordeaux, FR-based producer/DJ Coopex.
“Lonely Vibes encompasses my existence,” Josh says. “I moved out at 18, and I’ve always lived on my own. I thrive on being alone. It’s when I work my hardest. It’s a term I’ve used online, and it’s become a lifestyle. I think a lot of people can relate.
“There are so many vibes and styles on the album that it can pretty much fit anybody’s taste,” he continues. “I’m showing the world everything I’m capable of. There are angrier tracks you can rage to, hype tracks you can go crazy to, and tracks you can really take to heart. As long you get five minutes of peace from the craziness of the world, that’s the main goal for me.”

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