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Goth-pop artist Katie Wood signs to Disobedient Records and releases new single "Enemies to Lovers"

Enemies to Lovers is out today, July 16th, and it's goth-pop artist Katie Wood's fourth and newest single after having signed with Disobedient Records.

Photo: Be Wesley

Signing with Disobedient Records Katie says that she is thrilled to release the new song and feels grateful to be part of the Disobedient Records roster, as she loves the punk ethos they've got going on and there's a real sense of community.

Enemies to Lovers is inspired by the 90s television classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer, taking on the anti-hero perspective and explores the more often misunderstood enemies to lovers trope. Katie says she sees a resemblance in relationships she has had to Buffy and Spike, two of the characters in the show. A complicated love that isn't easy, but something she wanna capture in the music.

Heavily doused in erotic vocals from start to finish, Enemies to Lovers glows with nostalgic synth sounds, ricochet drums and muted guitar hooks that give room to a somewhat polished and sophisticated edge.

In keeping with her effortlessly charming approach to songwriting and lyricism, Enemies to Lovers is set to be her best song yet. Produced by Wood herself and studio20, Wood's material takes influence from post-punk music and new wave bands such as The Cure, Cocteau Twins, Drab Majesty and New Order.

Having garnered acclaim from the likes of Billboard, The Line Of Best Fit, Paper Magazine, DIY, Nylon and MTV, Wood hopes that her music will continue to help others acknowledge their power and celebrate the weird and wonderful.

Written by Eline-Jeanette Kleven


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