On her solo debut single “Before I Go,” 19-year-old UK singer/songwriter Mimi Webb paints an idyllic picture of wanting to freeze time. In the spirit of connecting with her audience, “Before I Go” is intensely personal. “It’s a song I wrote about my boyfriend who I had to leave when I left Brighton,” she says matter of factly, as the two are still together. “He was lovely and charming and brilliant and I just wanted to hit the pause button and hold onto every memory we had in that very moment.” Co-written by Aussie singer/songwriter Rory Adams and English songwriter/producer Digital Farm Animals, the track is both heartfelt and relatable.
The personal touch punctuates Mimi’s entire goal with her music. “People are so afraid of vulnerability and I’m like actually that’s a strong emotion to feel,” she says earnestly. “I want to create that experience with all of my music.” Above all, Mimi Webb has a love of storytelling, both singing hers and hearing others with the main message of positive vibes. “I just want to spread really good energy,” she humbly advises. “That’s my aim of the game when I walk in a room