Aria Wood – Nail Art

In her latest single “Nail Art,” indie pop artist Aria Wood captures the gritty beauty of urban living with an orchestral flair. The song is an ode to the repetitive monotony of city life and the complexities of human relationships, all set against the backdrop of Sydney’s bustling streets.

Wood’s unique style blends the rapid-fire energy of pop with the raw emotion of folk music. Her deadpan vocals convey a sense of apathy that resonates with anyone who’s ever felt lost in the crowd. But while the lyrics may be straightforward, the music itself is anything but. With a sound that’s equal parts Shygirl and Laura Marling, Wood creates a sonic landscape that’s both complex and approachable.

Perhaps the most striking aspect of “Nail Art” is the way it uses orchestration to evoke the sights and sounds of the city. From the opening notes, the song conjures up images of neon lights and speeding cars. The effect is both mesmerizing and hypnotic, like navigating a busy city, bumping into designer bags and getting gum on your shoe.

For all its introspection, “Nail Art” is ultimately a celebration of life in the city. It’s a reminder that even in the midst of chaos, there is still beauty to be found. With “Nail Art,” Aria Wood has created a symphonic portrait of city life that’s both poignant and uplifting. It’s a song that will resonate with anyone who’s ever felt lost in the crowd, and a testament to the power of finding beauty in the mundane.

Listen to Aria Wood. on Spotify and connect with her on Instagram

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