CASEY BISHOP’S NEW SINGLE, “BLURRY VISION” PROVES TO BE A VULNERABLE AND ELECTRIC ADDITION TO UPCOMING EP
Impressively reaching the Top Four in American Idol’s Season 19 with her unique vocal range and original punk-rock persona, Casey Bishop continues to surprise fans with her old-soul depth and atypical style. Her cross between 2000’s Avril Lavigne and modern alt-pop Billie Eilish, creates new hope for the Rock genre as she has already released three new hits for her upcoming EP on September 28th via 19 Recordings/BMG. Bishop’s “Don’t Talk!” and “Bad Dream,” precede her newest single release, “Blurry Vision” where she expands on the painful transition to adulthood.
“‘Blurry Vision’ is about missing being younger. Missing the excitement you used to get from the little things. When I was writing this song I was in a phase of my life where I just felt numb. I wasn’t sad or unhappy, it was just that nothing excited me. I didn’t feel like myself and it was causing me to reminisce and worry, wondering if I was going to feel that way forever”
At the young age of 17, Casey Bishop beautifully captures a phenomena so many go through with her Alternative masterpiece, “Blurry Vision.” The mourning of childhood becomes real when life’s experiences expose your ignorance to the world and in-turn, takes away the bliss you once embodied with your naivete. This mood materializes in the beginning of her song where she sings, “That shit was a mess for my headspace / I was trapped inside my bed couldn’t operate normally / What ever happened to the birds? / Of most the songs I heard / When I was young and not disturbed ’cause now I’m over it.”
As if Casey Bishop needs any further validation of her talents, “Blurry Vision” uniquely combines Bishop’s vocal genius to Pop-Rock instrumentals – forming a kaleidoscope of moody, electric, and introspective marginalia. With each song released, this singer-songwriter create’s an emotional yet empowering melody for her listeners and still has three more to be released, completing her self-titled EP Tracklist.
CASEY BISHOP EP TRACKLIST
Produced by Chris Greatti (Yungblud, Poppy), the Casey Bishop EP is out September 28th via 19 Recordings/BMG. “Don’t Talk!” and “Bad Dream,” have already gained popular media attention from Billboard, Entertainment Tonight, 1883 Magazine, Ones to Watch, The Honey Pop, and other outlets, so we can only guess what will come of Bishop’s self-titled debut EP. To listen to more of Casey Bishop’s music, see the Pop-Rock artist’s Spotify page below!