• Muzik First


Ahead of her debut album "Everything is Fine (I’m on Fire)," Anna Shoemaker is starting off her 2022 kicking, screaming, and destroying everything in her way. On her new electrifying single, "Everything Is Fine," the indie-pop artist continues to evolve and break out of the bedroom pop world in favour of a more mature and intentional sound, giving fans an intimate peek into her thoughts and feelings. An alt-rock track with a self-deprecating attitude, “Everything is Fine” is another Anna Shoemaker classic. Over gritty guitar and lively percussion, Anna embodies the pessimistic optimist trying to make peace with the chaos around her. In the accompanying video for the track, we see her wreaking havoc in her room and hanging out of a car window. According to the singer, the upcoming record, set to release March 2, is thematically inspired by the phrase, "You’re the only one who can ruin your life." “If I’m crying, it’s because I’m letting myself be upset; if I’m angry, it’s because I am allowing something to affect me,” explains the singer. She adds that people have control over how they react in any given situation. “That’s what makes up who you are! I think it’s called having boundaries? The album is written and done, but I’m definitely still learning about myself through it.”