Samanta Liza released a new track ‘I Don’t Regret You’
SAMANTA LIZA, A MUSICIAN, DJ, AND PRODUCER WITH A BASE IN BROOKLYN, RELEASES HER DEBUT ALBUM, “DAYS OF E.N.D.”
The intriguing debut album by Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, DJ, and producer SAMANTA LIZA, who is of Swedish and Indonesian-Chinese descent, is titled Days Of E.N.D. The eagerly awaited album follows a stellar past 12 months for the electronica rising star, starting with the summer 2017 release of her debut EP, Back To Earth, which peaked at #14 on the iTunes Dance Albums Chart and peaked at #8 on the Beatport Deep House Top 100 Chart.
Days Of E.N.D., which stands for days of extremely nonsensical drama, is a glorious electronic album with lush pop sensibilities that finds Samanta Liza shining across pop and electronic subgenres like dance-pop, melodic house, alternative pop, techno, and indie pop. It was written, composed, and produced by Samanta Liza, with additional co-production from Panté and Aezon on the project’s final three songs. Samanta Liza has created a captivating work that will hold listeners’ attention from beginning to end, drawing on her extensive repertoire of artistry, musicianship, and production.
Days of E.N.D.’s lyrics are the result of journal entries, musings, introspective moments, and therapeutic studio sessions, and they serve as a commentary on the value of relationships and how they can alter our lives. This album is a nod to how relationships shape a large portion of how we live our lives. As the title suggests, we deal with “extremely nonsensical drama” in our daily lives. “At the end of the day, what matters is how we relate to ourselves, how we relate to others, and how we relate to the collective,” says Samanta Liza. Life is nothingness without community.
Samanta inspires the listener to take action in the album’s dreamy breakbeat opening track, “Some People Do Nothing,” while she muses over losing a lover in the indie alt-pop song “We Are Not Friends.” Samanta decides to see her past relationships as meaningful on the dance-pop focus track “I Don’t Regret You,” and she expresses a similar sentiment on the song “Daydreaming,” where she doesn’t want to let go of what she had. While she explores the value of honesty in relationships in “Sweet Lies,” she expresses her desire for fresh starts in “I Wanna Be Free.” Fans and detractors alike will find Days Of E.N.D. to be an emotionally engaging listen.
Samanta Liza states, “There are few things in this world that matter more to me than my relationships, both romantic and platonic, when discussing the inspiration behind Days Of E.N.D.
I investigate what it really means to let yourself feel by drawing on both my personal story and the stories of others. Being an empath is simultaneously draining and energizing. But what keeps me alive and gives me momentum is my connection to others. I’m excited because of the people in my life. They give me motivation.
With this album, I want to demonstrate the strength of the human race. the value of emotional intelligence. and the value of reflection.
Samanta Liza, who was born in Hawaii and now lives in Brooklyn, is a citizen of the world who has also resided in London, Sweden, Kuwait, Qatar, Florida, and Shanghai. Her music, which masterfully fuses pop, dance, indie, and electronic music with great effect, as well as her renowned DJ sets, which are centered around her “innocently sensual” live vocals and percussions flowing into a true hybrid performance of original melodic and high-energy mixes, reflect the cultural and musical melting pot she brings to her artistry. Samanta’s latest album, Days Of E.N.D., perfectly captures her goal of taking her listeners on emotional journeys that change them.