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Drea ‘Ocean Avenue’ : A supposition for winning against the love that was. Now just a glaring memory.

Drea

“It makes me feel overwhelmingly calm, grounded, and reminds me of my truest self. My goal for this project was to evoke that same feeling for anyone who listened,” said Drea.

Her intention with this EP (out now) was to put together something reminiscent of the coast. As a child Drea spent most of her summers on the shores of Cape Cod and has since romanticized the ocean.

A charm of of power intentions, Drea’s title single glances at another side of the protagonist’s vision for the future. A stronger grip on her memories, and the actions that makes consequences inherently obstructive and filled in distraction.

A supposition for winning against the love that was. Now just a glaring memory. She takes control, once again.

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