“Self Sabotage” by Lexi Jayde is a song about healing [Video].
Lexi Jayde’s new song “Self Sabotage” is a powerful emotional rollercoaster. Everything hits you so hard the first few days following a breakup.
Her lovely voice flawlessly captures each line. It makes me feel quite exposed. The song, which FINNEAS co-produced, builds gradually, mirroring her healing journey. Lyrics like “I’m weary of suffocating in my sorrow” hit hard and feel heavy, but it’s easy to notice the subtle shift in perspective when she sings, “In this moment I know it really hurts like hell, but I know I’ll thank these lonesome nights that led, lead me to myself.”
The vlog-style film effectively depicts the subject of personal growth, simple moments of joy, and rediscovering herself. “I was locked in a loop of continually checking my phone, looking at my ex’s whereabouts, asking the same questions, and was preventing myself from moving on,” she explains in a recent press release. It took a long time, but I’m happy for how much I learned from it.”
Lexi Jayde grew raised in the Los Angeles suburbs. She began the year by releasing “drunk text me,” her breakthrough track, and then “hate to be you.” She just ended a tour with Adam Melchor and will release her long-awaited EP on May 26th.