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Yarin Glam shares her new single "Side Effects"

Yarin Glam

New single "Side Effects"

As a mental health advocate, the powerful single was written about the polarizing effects of anxiety and Glam's first hand experience with panic attacks. Over diluted beats, lush reverberations, and pristine vocals, Glam courageously recounts her innermost thoughts in hopes of easing the pain in others.

"Side Effects" uses melodic echoes to dive beneath the surface of our subconscious and step inside our heads. Yarin Glam admits, "Going through any mental health struggles can feel very isolating. I wanted to raise awareness to the subject, and I wanted anyone who goes through what I go through to feel not alone." It's a track that brings people together through emotional vulnerability and intimate storytelling.

Born and raised in Israel, up and coming singer/songwriter Yarin Glam moved to LA at the age of 14. Yarin’s middle eastern background shines through her music as she brings her authentic self into each project she pursues. Her songwriting is a perfect blend of Pop and R&B and is heavily influenced by a wide range of artists such as Rihanna, Lana Del Rey, and Billie Eilish.

In 2020, Yarin dropped "Free" which celebrates diversity and Yarin's personal journey toward self-acceptance. In early 2021, Yarin's electric EP Realness was released, followed by an acoustic version of the EP later that summer. Upbeat and dreamy with notes of Middle-Eastern pop, her debut EP drew in a captivated audience. With more than 88K followers on instagram, fans are patiently waiting for her next release.

Yarin writes about topics such as female empowerment and self love. She notes… “I’ve shared my journey of self acceptance. I opened up about my struggles with mental health issues and an eating disorder. I’ve been so real and honest with my lyrics hoping that they’ll help anyone out there who’s been going through what I have, or something similar. ‘Realness’ has very empowering songs about embracing yourself regardless of what society portrays as “ideal.”

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