DIDN’T LOVE ME by Eliza Harrison Smith

Eliza friends have called her the “queen of the sad song”, and her new music is sure to be a captivating, emotional listen.

Drawing from influences ranging from The Dixie Chicks to John Mayer to Phoebe Bridgers, Eliza’s artistry combines confessional, detailed songwriting with infectious pop melodies and breezy, indie-pop production. Eliza Harrison Smith is an indie-pop singer and songwriter based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Originally from the Washington, D.C. area, Eliza began writing songs and playing guitar at 13 after seeing Taylor Swift in concert. Eliza’s love of words and writing led her to study English Literature at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

‘Didn’t Love Me’ is an unrequited love song. Eliza wrote it with a couple of friends in Nashville about a breakup where the other person didn’t do anything wrong – they just don’t feel the same way you do. Those kinds of breakups are sometimes the hardest pill to swallow, because there’s no one to blame or be mad at. A soft and gentle accompaniment accompanies ‘Didn’t Love Me’, revealing love story and an inspiring theme. Everything in this single is harmonious and in place, the bright melody and catchy pop vibe transports to the dance floor. Definitely recommended to listen.

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