A cry for help.. a cry for relief: queer dark pop

“Play Me (Don’t)” is a chapter in the story of how two ex-lovers reunite after being separated for many years, and their unsuccessful attempt to reconvene after growing apart. It screams, “Don’t do this again to me! Don’t lead me on and think we are going to fall back in love and spend the rest of our lives together!”

The track features tantalizingly moody electronic soundscapes layered with otherworldly vocals and edm infused beats. Entity’s upcoming EP details her real life experiences of pain, confusion, suffering and ultimate closure. “It is a cry for help, a cry for relief, and a cry for answers following a tumultuous relationship with her ex-girlfriend.”

Listen and Watch “Play Me (Don’t)” here:

New York based, ENTITY aka Natalie Diaz, is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and DJ. Natalie started her musical journey at the age of 5 when she realized singing was her form of self-expression. Ever since then, she became determined to be well versed in many different instruments such as the clarinet, guitar and piano. In recent years, Natalie has learned the skill of electronic music production and DJing, where she became known for her deep, funky, house beats and hard-hitting bass-lines integrated with familiarized mainstream pop songs. It is safe to say, Natalie has completely immersed herself in the art of music. It has become her passion, lifeline, and antidote. She is motivated, inspired and committed to reach her full potential as an artist.