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  • Kaitlyn Nicole

Review: "She They" - TYA

Have you ever had the biggest crush on someone that you knew would never love you back, but you still couldn't help but wonder what it would be like if they did? "She They" by TYA is a queer summer love anthem for all of those who have fallen for someone who is unattainable, but you can't help but be playful and be direct about how you're feeling. TYA identifies as a she/they, and in this song she describes being in love with a woman who is taken by somebody who is he/him. TYA is undeniably themselves behind the lyrics and the emotion she puts into their voice, making it a empowering song that all the lady-lovers can relate to and sing along with.

"She They" is a super catchy pop-bop that is filled with raw, emotional vocals and very honest lyrics. The soundscape is very nostalgic, with hints of 80s synth-pop that give me "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" by Whitney Houston vibes. The style is also very reminiscent of a cross between Carly Rae Jepsen and HAIM. It's a very fun-loving, high-spirited groove that'll easily get stuck in your head. If you've been a victim of unrequited love, especially all the lady-lovers out there, this song is for you.

TYA is an indie alt-pop artist currently based in Vancouver, British Columbia who was born in Las Vegas, Nevada to two theatrical performers. That being said, TYA is a natural talent who grew up touring around with their parents, seeing what the entertainment industry was like first hand from a very young age. "Entertainment is in my blood," TYA says. "That's all I know." Singing always came natural to them, but they also are an actor, dancer and songwriter. She released her official debut singe, "Chamomile Tea" in 2021 and has since then released four more singles, including their latest release, "She They".

Written By Kaitlyn Nicole



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