Elliot Wren drops honest don’t-fall-through single about social anxiety on ‘Time Bomb’

Inspired by the world-class talents of Taylor Swift, Avril Lavigne, Melanie Martinez, Miley Cyrus and Sabrina Carpenter, Elliot Wren returns with a sparkling new single that will have your mind alive with ideas on ‘Time Bomb‘.

Elliot Wren is an 18-years-old Boston, USA-based indie pop/alternative singer-songwriter who identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns.

After impressing with the stunning ‘Good Luck‘ from September 2020, we are treated to another gem here from the excellent Elliot Wren that will surely shake the insides of your soul awake and into action.

Their biggest goal is to prove to LGBTQ+ artists, artists with disabilities and other artists who face hardships in day to day life that anyone can pursue music as a profession and find happiness in whatever they do. Elliot hopes to perform one day at Boston Pride.” ~ Elliot Wren

Time Bomb‘ from Boston, USA-based indie pop/alternative singer-songwriter Elliot Wren, is one of the most important singles of 2022 for anyone who feels so nervous in public and being shamed for doing something that shouldn’t cause so much fuss. They sing with such a wonderfully rock-filled style that is loaded with observations about trying to act normal when you know that you are different and just want to be yourself. This is exactly the type of message that the world needs to explore. What is normal anyway? Why should we all try and fit into a stuffed box?

As humans, we are all different anyway, and being at our best creative selves should be the goal, so we can float free and be the best that we can possibly be for ourselves. Life is about finding our true path anyway, not walking the dusty roads that have so many footprints on already.

Listen up to this new single on Spotify and see more via the IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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