Koda Peacock - to hell with it

Tracklist

Side A
1.
to hell with it
Koda Peacock
01:58
2.
hurt myself
Koda Peacock
03:16
3.
night rider
Koda Peacock
03:21
4.
oh no!
Koda Peacock
03:51
5.
drama club
Koda Peacock
04:33
6.
i wish u hell
Koda Peacock
03:45
Side B
1.
dance the pain away
Koda Peacock
03:06
2.
beautiful disaster
Koda Peacock
03:56
3.
lackin'
Koda Peacock
03:26
4.
badder
Koda Peacock
03:03
5.
all mine
Koda Peacock
04:17
6.
bad idea! (Reprise)
Koda Peacock
04:32

Information


  • Artist : Koda Peacock
  • Label : Dead Stereo Records
  • Format : 1 x 12" (140g)
  • CountryUnited States
  • GenresIndie PopPopDance-pop
  • Estimated shipping dateApril 2024

Description

"when writing “to hell with it”, i began writing it as my debut album. of course, i ended up loving “things left unsaid” so much that i decided to make that my debut album instead, and i do not regret my decision. it feels super me, theres love songs on there, theres songs of me being sassy, sardonic, and bad bitchy. it was the perfect debut record and i had no idea that it would become that, as that album was initially supposed to end the ashli willow project. ashli willow was a fun project, and i always knew it’d end, but that last record was different. it didnt sound like a persona, it sounded like me, kira.

with this in mind, i kept writing songs like i did with “things left unsaid” with hope that i could craft a record like that. i wrote in ways i never have before on that album. pain took ahold of my lyrics, but on top of that, i noticed so much more of me was coming to light due to not hiding behind a stage presence or stage name. i also took inspiration from lorde, taylor swift, phoebe bridgers, and the like, to craft lyrics that were personal, but also so incredibly unique.

“to hell with it” were the things left unsaid on “things left unsaid”. things that were too personal at the time to include in a project for ashli, because ashli, while having some fun songs, were meant to be super general. these songs speak about my traumas, delusions, and inner world that i was too afraid to share on the ashli willow project. the first track, “to hell with it”, is probably the strongest opener i have ever made. and hey, the last track is a reprise of “bad idea!”, the second most streamed song on “things left unsaid”. consider “to hell with it” the ‘b sides’ of “things left unsaid”!"