Gia Woods is all about excellent timing. The Persian pop artist was found whereas singing in her highschool choir class and has since turn into a robust voice within the LGBTQ+ group. Woods launched her debut single, “Solely a Woman,” in 2016, which doubled as her popping out anthem. Since its launch, the music has reached hundreds of thousands of streams throughout platforms.
“I took a little bit of a break after ‘Solely a Woman’ as a result of I used to be caught off guard. I wasn’t anticipating it to have the influence that it did,” Woods tells POPSUGAR. “I did not wish to rush into placing extra music out. I needed to take my time and hone in on my sound.” Throughout this time, the Los Angeles-raised artist created her first EP, “Heartbreak County Vol. 1.” The four-song mission was launched in 2021 and captures the lonelier aspect of Los Angeles that is not typically talked about. “Everybody involves LA, and so they’re attempting to comply with their goals, however not all people makes it. Nobody talks about that aspect of LA.”
After the discharge of this mission, Woods went by way of her personal private heartbreak. “I instantly went to the studio and began writing,” she notes. From that studio session, “Lesbionic” was born. The brand new single is a technicolor mix of flirtation, dance, and pulsating sexuality. Woods explains, “This music is a lesbian anthem. I wrote it after watching this film referred to as ‘The Climax.’ The soundtrack actually impressed me. It’s extremely Euro, very dance, very Vogue. It is the whole lot.” She continues, “It is a feminine empowerment music, however it’s additionally bringing all the ladies collectively. All the new ladies, all around the globe — we’re all lovely, let’s be iconic collectively.”
“Lesbionic” is part of “Heartbreak County Vol. 2,” which can launch later this 12 months. “These songs are the aftermath of a breakup. Lots of people discuss concerning the heartbreak once they’re grieving it, however not the section the place you are going out and attempting to flee from the whole lot,” Woods says. “Los Angeles is a spot the place quite a lot of escapism is occurring 24/7. We’re dwelling in la-la land, it is a fantasy,” she explains. “The entire songs have formed as much as be on the grittier aspect, much less of the glamour. I am over the glamour.”
Stream “Lesbionic” here.
Picture Supply: Julian Buchan