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  • Chantal Charles

Review: "Death of the Party" - Brosie

“Death of the Party” by artist Brosie is an energetic anthem for those who are so restrained by angst that they don’t fit in the typical party scene. It’s a fun dedication for the wallflower bunch who experience social gatherings in different ways. Even in these moments of feeling out of place, the song perfectly reflects the fascination with party culture that doesn’t stop you from attending these events. “Death of the Party” perfectly puts you in the middle of the scene, with wondrous curiosity about party culture followed by the fear and anxiety of being out of your comfort zone. What “Death of the Party” does is it creates a safe space for all of the awkward kids who want to go out and experience complex social situations, but at times can find it hard to perform like everyone else.

There’s a lot to love about “Death of the Party” and it all stems from how much fun this song is. The energetic guitars with the infectious beat do make listeners feel as if they are at a party themselves. While the lyrical content revolves around the idea of struggling to fit in a public scene, it is presented in such an enjoyable manner that it’s so easy to have fun on this track and dance along. It’s always great to see artists take an idea that stems from yearning and use it to create a positive piece of art that many people can connect to on a deeper level. There’s something so unique about Brosie’s voice and it makes her such an interesting artist. Brosie has done an excellent job with “Death of the Party,” and it was a great way to get to know her and her artistry.

Brosie is an artist who feels pride in her extravagant and unique persona. She is inspired by different figures such as Avril Lavigne, Taylor Swift, Bleachers, and more. In 2023 she toured with artists Gaz Coombes, Sir Chloe, Arxx, and Friska Viljor. On Spotify, she has earned over 2,000 monthly listeners, and her previous release “Coulda Shoulda Woulda Enthusiast” earned over 17,000 streams. Her personality really shines through in her music as she creates introspective journeys through her work and tries to find joy in everyday life.  Brosie comes across as such an exciting artist and it will certainly be interesting to see what she does next.

Written By Chantal Charles


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