Rising pop star Neriah has released her new EP No One Cries Forever, a six track introspective.
The EP showcases Neriah’s songwriting as she moves on from a relationship to find herself. It explores themes of heartbreak, sadness and self-discovery. Whilst the pain of end of a relationship acts as the inspiration for the EP, it looks to the future and eventual healing.
The album features the opening track Shoulda, Coulda, Didn’t, an anthem aimed at shunning the urge to settle in a one-sided relationship. “In my past relationship I was in a place where I was wishing things could have been different if only the guy had put in the effort,” Neriah explains. “The song is an anthem for those who have been through a similar experience, offering a sense of empowerment and closure as they move on from the relationship and realize they deserve better.”
No One Cries Forever follows Neriah’s debut 2022 EP which picked up strong praise from fans and media alike.
The EP also follows the release of Neriah’s recent break-up anthem Falling 4 Somebody.
Neriah is set to release her debut album later this year.
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