The Little Miss shares new single ‘Take Me, Too’; ‘American Dream’ EP out now

The Little Miss knows how to get to my soul.

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist
The Little Miss
Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

Taking her listeners, deeper and deeper into a depressed mental state as the seconds of the song increases, The Little Miss reveals the honesty of not wanting to do life anymore. Seductive and poetic in her approach, the patriotic singer ejects delicate yet disturbing words to an empath.

“Take me to the end of the race.” What does that lyric mean in the song? I am unsure, but I have realised that in general, most people aren’t okay with (the idea of) death. On the contrary, it doesn’t bother me at all. I’ve pictured myself in a casket. I know what I’d like to wear. If my body is in good shape, meaning all members are present, I know how I would like my face to look.

Hey, with the life I’m living, you never know how my life will end. If we aren’t honest with ourselves, who else could we tell the truth?

Stream The Little Miss’ new five-track EP ‘American Dream’ now. I think it symbolises a moment of strength.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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