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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Canadian pop star Xana has released her new melancholy dreamy pop song, Bet You’ll Get Off On This.
Xana is a rising pop star hailing from the Canadian island of Vancouver. Her blissful vocals glide across the most intimate storytelling and worldbuilding while her command of pop music keeps her songwriting captivating. Xana’s flourishing repertoire incorporates themes of LGBTQ romance, female empowerment, sex positivity, self-reflection, and discovery. Her intoxicating vibrance is what sets her apart.
Xana is back with her new single, Bet You’ll Get Off On This, after her debut album was a hit. Her musical endeavors have taken off since she met producers Liam Moes and Shane Stephenson at the beginning of 2020. Xana’s experimentalism flourishes as she dips her toes into whatever she’s connecting with at the time, drawing inspiration from a variety of musical genres.
““It’s so beautiful to see them fiercely be themselves and form friendships and relationships with each other,” said Xana about her desire to encourage her fanbase to embrace their truly authentic selves. “Music that brings people together is the most successful, and I’m so grateful to share this space with them.”
Her music video for “Kitchen Light” has surpassed one million views on YouTube, receiving humbling support from a number of Spotify editorial playlists, including New Music Friday Canada, The Locker, Fresh Finds Pop, Ready to Rock, and Limelight, to name a few. Xana is still a pioneer of her time, with Spotify alone boasting more than 20 million streams.
Bet You’ll Get Off On This
Xana’s pure and enthralling authenticity shines bright throughout her discography to date, and her most recent single is no exception. Bet You’ll Get Off On This looks at the point in time when you realize you were wrong about someone. In a lyrical sense, Bet You’ll Get Off On This boils down to the simple, hard truth; there is no sugar coating or gimmicks.
The listener is drawn into vulnerable, personal revelations by the tender acoustic guitar tones and the intimate vocals. Xana really makes her point with the melancholy slide guitar, haunting strings, and a slight lyrical change at the end to “all we ever did was try to love you,” sung by a crowd of tired voices.
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