Just as fans and geeks rewrite music for the present, the musicians of Los Angeles Carpet Garden are using their music platform to help young people who are often called losers and misunderstood. pain. Her new single “IDC” is a rebellious mix of indie pop about expressing yourself no matter what anyone else thinks.
The 21-year-old musician resonates with people who feel they don’t fit in, or who hide a part of themselves that their peers don’t welcome. IDC staunchly opposes these sentiments and encourages people to rely on what makes them who they are and to accept themselves with love and self-control.
“IDC is a really chaotic song about embracing individuality and flaws and giving them up in the most positive way,” says Covergarden. To, I always hid a part of myself: when I stepped outside, I didn’t have to “blend” anymore because so many people still turned their heads to the idea of being transgender. I have lost many relationships with friends and family (very important) because of my sex and sexuality. IDC is about this optimistic nihilism and a kind of “liberation” about being yourself and finding your own community after being dumped. “
Representing a genre style, Carpet Garden’s music is fun, catchy, and original. Paired with a tongue-in-cheek music video in collaboration with photographer Danin Jacqui (Deathcats), the song and visuals are a whimsical fusion of classic coming-of-age movie themes with a non-dual twist.
Covergarden will host his debut show on Echo on December 2. Tickets are already available.
Carpetgargen is the work of singer-songwriter David Sweet, whose music speaks directly to today’s youth and touches on many social issues and issues.