Up-and-coming ‘anti-pop’ artist tiLLie has released “Faith”, the first single from her upcoming EP due out in the Spring of 2019. Following the buzz of her breakout EP that landed her on the Vans Warped Tour, the Annie Mac Show on BBC Radio 1, and on the popular video game Rock Band, “Faith” arrives as the ark of a new era. Produced by tiLLie and Benjamin Greenspan, “Faith” is an infectious and empowering anthem that inspires hope in abuse survivors seeking justice in the era of “Me Too” – even if the system fails: “You know damn well that I could ruin you / But if they don’t believe me, I can count on you. / Cause I got faith, you’ll do it to yourself / And you’ll do it better than anybody else / I got faith.”
“I wrote my new single ‘Faith’ as a way of transcending a dark chapter of my life. After leaving the abusive relationship detailed in my previous EP, the trauma still haunted me and at times, justice felt damn near impossible. Faith is not about giving up the plight for justice, but remaining confident in the fact that shitty people will eventually show their true colors and bring upon themselves the karma they deserve.” – tiLLie
The track swings back and forth from a moody reflection with lyrics that sound as if you’ve stolen a page straight from her diary to a cathartic, high-energy chorus that makes you want to chant alongside your baddest of girl gangs. Illuminating the emotional rollercoaster we all feel post-breakup, the track leaves you itching to jump on your bed for one big ‘f*ck you’ dance party.