Sydney Sprague has released a new single called Think Nothing which is available to stream now here. The music video will follow in the next few weeks.
“I wrote Think Nothing during the process of releasing my first album,” says Sydney. “I was finally starting to see some momentum after working so hard for so many years and I thought I would be excited and happy, but I was honestly terrified. I’ve always struggled with imposter syndrome and anxiety, so I wrote this song as a way to try to push through that. It can be paralysing when the voice in your head is constantly second guessing every little decision you make and telling you you’re not good enough, so this song is my way of telling that voice to respectfully shut [the f**k] up. ”
Think Nothing is the first release since her highly-acclaimed debut album maybe i will see you at the end of the world. Since then she’s been heavily on the road touring with acts like The Front Bottoms, Oso Oso, Jimmy Eat World, and Dashboard Confessional.
Sydney recently performed as part of New York City’s Governors Ball #Afterparty livestream along with Trishes and MILES.
The 28-year-old singer/songwriter, now a resident of Phoenix, Arizona, was encouraged by her parents to pursue songwriting early-on. She spent her formative years daydreaming alone in her room (decorated lovingly with Britney Spears and *NSYNC posters) and unknowingly incubating a talent that would ultimately lead to her future music career.
Backed by familiar-yet-surprising hooks and hard-hitting, topical lyrics, Sprague’s songwriting continues to evolve. With eyes on contemporaries like her 90’s idols, notably Avril Lavigne, she flawlessly carries that same fire, creativity, and wit into her 2021 release – maybe i will see you at the end of the world.