Critically acclaimed alternative rising artist, UPSAHL, shares a new single and video for “People I Don’t Like” via RCA Records UK today. Listen HERE. To celebrate the release, UPSAHL performed a six-song live stream set on YouTube with her full band. Check it out HERE. Following the live stream, UPSAHL dropped the official “People I Don’t Like” video – watch below.
USPAHL stated: “Not gonna lie, I was a little tipsy the day I wrote “People I Don’t Like.” I had just come from an industry party and started ranting about the stereotypical shitty people that were there. Essentially, people that I don’t like. Then I realized that I was at that party too, haha!”
The new track follows the release of “12345SEX” which was co-written and produced with Grammy award-winning producer, Rick Nowels (Lana Del Rey, Adele, Stevie Nicks). UPSAHL also recently joined forces with Two Feet for a new version of her global viral hit single “Drugs”. The track becomes even more intoxicating due to the chemistry sparked by these two dynamic talents. A fan favorite, the original version of “Drugs” has been used in over 200,000 TikTok videos, tallied 40+ million streams across all digital platforms, and appeared on numerous viral charts around the world as it continues to put up 3 million streams per week. Additionally, the track received praise from EARMILK and OnesToWatch
“People I Don’t Like” follows a momentous year for the “up-and-coming indie-pop queen”—according to Alternative Press. Her single, “Smile For The Camera” hit Top 40 on Alternative Radio as it attracted glowing critical acclaim and YouTube named UPSAHL their ‘Artist on the Rise’.
In June, UPSAHL performed live from the Valley Bar in Phoenix, AZ with donations collected during the show going to thelovelandfoundation.com. She was set to support Christian French on his Bright Side of the Moon Tour as well as collaborator Two Feet on his Pink Tour: Part 1 before all live shows in the US were postponed- stay tuned for the new dates! With big plans to hit the road again next year, UPSAHL’S rise to pop ubiquity (on her own terms) has only just begun.