“This song is about the stage of a relationship when you’re really getting to know each other and experiencing frustration from friends or family and yourself,” said Lauren Sanderson. “It’s about acknowledging the faults that you might have whether you’re anxious and in your head too much, and the strain it might put on the relationship, but despite the struggles, you’re so in love that you can say screw it all, let those frustrations go and just want to runaway with the person.”
Coming to grips with your ails and faults, gives some solace – a beginning signal – to let your partner know that you’re trying. Trying hard to keep it together. Trying hard to keep the love burning. Trying to keep the relationship in passion, while evolving into ever more forward stages. saying “I’m sorry you’re frustrated. I promise I frustrate me too”, in action and commitment, is where ‘Frustrated’ radiates.
Lauren’s vocals, of truth and indignant acknowledgement, amplifies the message with soothing attentiveness and pop glamor.
Letting go, without forgetting what brought you to this place in time and space – that will nurture the love that you both adore.
‘Frustrated’ is hope and of hope for us all.