That fear of missing out and being alone is something that often plays in the back of a lot of people’s minds resulting in a lot of us getting stuck in our own head. It’s the reason we all try to find our own tribe of people, so we don’t feel that loneliness and have people who make us feel overjoyed when we see them and turns the volume down inside our own head as a result. It’s that meaning that Gina Livia’s latest single In My Head is all about.
With the lyrics diving into how comfortable it can be living inside your own head and how you have to embrace that fear of falling in love, making friends or following your dreams, even though it may hurt, to truly start living life and finding your own people. It’s a deep meaning disguised by a more traditional pop styled production which offers this great juxtaposing viewpoint that creates this unique dynamic that makes this track something I find myself going back to over and over again.