PREMIERE: Miss Christine Releases “Nightmare In The Daytime”

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Miss Christine and VENTS have joined forces today for the release of her exciting new single “Nightmare In The Daytime,” an upbeat indie rocker that pulls influence from gritty punk and Stax-era R&B. The track is a defiant call to stand up for yourself when dealing with mean-spirited people.

“Nightmare In The Daytime” is taken from Miss Christine’s upcoming album, Conversion (Out 6/21)

Conversion is the result of Christine’s return to her roots in her home state of Iowa. Having made the decision to leave Nashville and the hectic, overbearing, session musician scene, Christine settled on a farm and spent time exploring the inner workings of her mind. Meditation became part of her daily routine. In her new surroundings she found the space to reflect on her Nashville experience. “Sometimes we have to leave behind what we know to discover how much better things can be”, she explains. Stargazing in the flyover state beside her library of Beatles memorabilia, Christine crafted the foundations of her debut full-length. Indie rock, new wave, bluesy soul influences and more all find their home amongst a punky grit and heartfelt lyrical topics. Gender, personal strength, challenging relationships, and the current political climate in the United States, are just some of the subjects tackled in Conversion. It’s clear that in finding a new home in Iowa, Christine also found her a renewed voice. A voice that is truly her own.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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