Indie pop singer Ashe shared her brand new single “Save Myself” with fans today. The song is a break-up anthem for the ages – its highly relatable hook paired with massive, arena-level booming percussion is going to make it a real high point in Ashe’s live sets (once artists are allowed to play shows again).
Prior to the release of “Save Myself,” Ashe had been having an explosive year with her song “Moral Of The Story.” The song was featured in Netflix’s To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, and within days of the movie’s release she had a viral hit on her hands. Since then, “Moral Of The Story” has amassed almost 150 million streams on Spotify. Ashe even got former One Direction member Niall Horan to jump on a remix of the song which has garnered over 13 million streams in a little under a month since its release.
Even though her new single was written after “Moral Of The Story,” Ashe said that “Saved Myself” is more of a precursor to “Moral Of The Story.” Both songs were written about her divorce, and she compared the songs to the five stages of grief, saying that “Save Myself” was more based around the second stage of grief, anger, and “Moral Of The Story” was more centered around the fifth stage, acceptance.
“Save Myself” by: Ashe is now available on all streaming services courtesy of Mom + Pop.
Check out the lyric video for “Save Myself” below!
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