Gold Hand Girls will lead one nation, under UPSAHL, with liberty and justice for all
UPSAHL. Where do we begin? Two weeks ago we dropped everything to go see her in Dallas, Texas. Opening for Tessa Violet, UPSAHL had us on the edge of our seats (except we were dancing and singing to every song, of course). There are very few artists we’d put all our eggs in one basket for, and UPSAHL is one of those. So when we say we believe in her journey, this is just the beginning. Trust us.
Hindsight 20/20, UPSAHL’s debut EP is a mixture of slammin’ pop vocals, relatable lyricism, and a hint of jazz. It’s one of those EP’s that you relate to so much, you show to fuckin’ everyone. More recently, however, UPSAHL’s released a montage of vignette videos relating to the EP, as well as two more singles "Wish You’d Make Me Cry," and "Smile For the Camera."
See, the thing about UPSAHL is that she writes like she’s your best friend. She performs like everyone in the audience is family, and she makes music for the every day human. She’s so relatable that when "Wish You Make Me Cry" dropped, GHG knew we had to do something about it.
"We might be young, we might be restless. So fucking what? It’s how we are"
are the intro lines to Taylor UPSAHL’s new song "Smile For The Camera."
Ultimately, UPSHAL’s charmingly powerful voice could be a movement on its own — a fight for reality, knowing that those who are truly authentic to their souls will be the ones who push UPSAHL towards the top charts.
Gold Hand Girls will lead one nation, under UPSAHL, with liberty and justice for all.
"UPSAHL has a knack for writing lyrics that read like a vent session with a friend, and that’s what fans love about her… standout vocals and impeccable pop sensibility." – LADYGUNN
“An instantly catchy chorus -- the vocals sound refined enough to be taken for an industry mainstay” – Billboard
"highlighted by an abundance of entrancing hooks and bubbly instrumentation... a continuation of her lustrous alt-pop triumphs from her debut EP." – Alternative Press
“A bubbling swaying number…the artist displays a mature grasp and sense of self-awareness when it comes to relationships and her own emotions” – Consequence of Sound
PVRIS tour support dates:
Sept 15 – Nashville, TN @ The Cowan
Sept 17 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
Sept 18 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall Of Williamsburg