Cry reflects on the current moment Wallish found herself in after recovering from addiction and dealing with mental illness. “After learning the daily life skills I failed to learn as a young adult I found myself ready to go out and spread my wings – but terrified to do so.” The recording of ‘Cry’ to place in two home studios – the instrumental in one and the vocals in another giving the single a slightly low-fi, grungy quality.
Edmonton based singer Wallish, and Toronto based producer Troy Marshall began writing music during the onset of the Covid-19 crisis. Although they had never met in person, there was instant creative chemistry and the music flowed out of the duo.
Cry is an introduction, giving a taste to the public of what is to come – and trust me, these two have bigger and better things right around the corner. Edgy yet raw, Wallish makes a vulnerable and soulful debut with ‘Cry’.