Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Leila Sunier has shared her new single “Everyone,” the second single to be lifted from her sophomore EP Where Everything Is Perfect, out October 9th.
About the song Leila Sunier says, “‘Everyone’ describes the setting that I observed and took part in last summer; the repetitive and all consuming nature of nights spent stumbling from one bar to the next. I think it’s something most everyone can relate to. Everyone’s been a dum dum boy or girl at one point or another. Keeping yourself and your habits in check, though, that’s where it really matters at the end of the day.”
Influenced by the likes of Angel Olsen, Perfume Genius, Bright Eyes, and Joni Mitchell, Sunier’s songwriting lives on the fringes of what is considered alternative rock, folk, and indie-pop. On the heels of her surrealist debut EP, If Only To Bleed Out The White Noise, she continues to blend genres on her sophomore release Where Everything Is Perfect. On the EP’s title, Leila says, “I’ve known this was going to be the project title for a long time. To me, that line represents an acknowledgement that everything is not perfect. Everything is a mess.”
Aided by the prowess of the Grammy nominated producer, Alex Newport (City and Colour, At The Drive In, Bloc Party), Leila Sunier continues to cement her voice as an engaging and thoughtful artist on the rise.