Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Wisp - "Enough for you"

Photo by Sophia Alverez

Nineteen year old shoegaze artist Wisp is back with new music. "Enough for you" is pure shoegaze, with just the slightest hints of a pop sheen layered on top. The song is a lush wall of sound that should feel like a sledgehammer hitting the listener, but instead feels like a warm embrace. Wisp's vocals are barely above a whisper at time, and are just enough to add to the entire feeling of the song. Wisp gets compared to the Deftones quite a bit, and that is evident in "Enough for you." Personally, it's particularly reminding me of "Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away)." This is one of those artists that you'll get to brag about being a fan of before the end of the year, so hop on the bandwagon while you still can.

Wisp says of her newest song:

"'Enough for you' is about feeling undeserving for others because of how you perceive yourself due to insecurity and shame. The lyrics are from the perspective of a person who has contradicted themselves into believing the negative perception of their own is how everyone else views them as well.”

You can watch the video for "Enough for you" below. Pandora is due out April 5 on Interscope Records. For more on Wisp, check out the artist on Instagram and TikTok. Upcoming tour dates are below the video.

Friday, April 19th – Dallas, TX – The Studio at The Factory*Sunday, April 21st – Austin, TX – Empire Control Room & Garage*Tuesday, April 23rd – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West*Friday, April 26th – Philadelphia, PA – The First Unitarian Church*Saturday, April 27th – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair*Monday, April 29th – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom*Tuesday, April 30th – Washington, DC – The Atlantis*Saturday, May 4th – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club +Sunday May 5th – Columbus, OH – The KING of CLUBS+Tuesday, May 7th – Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl+Wednesday, May 8th – Saint Louis, MO – Delmar Hall+Friday, May 10th – Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall+Tuesday, May 14th – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren+Thursday, May 16th – Pomona, CA – The Fox Theater+Friday, May 17th – Los Angeles, CA – The Novo+Saturday, May 18th – San Diego – The Observatory North Park+Sunday, May 19th –  San Diego – The Observatory North Park+Wednesday, May 22nd – San Francisco, CA – The Independent*Thursday, May 23rd – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey*Headlining*Supporting Panchiko+

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