Edie Yvonne’s latest single, “15 (When I Leave),” is a powerful testament to the emotional rollercoaster of adolescence. This 15-year-old Los Angeles native singer-songwriter channels the angst and excitement of transitioning to a new high school into an anthemic pop-punk track. The song opens with a reflective tone, capturing the bittersweet nature of leaving behind familiar faces and experiences. Edie’s poignant lyrics, “I’m leaving. I know it’s not your fault. You never cared at all,” resonate with anyone who has faced the challenges of growing up.

The track’s production is polished yet retains an edge, blending vibrant guitars, punchy drums, and Edie’s emotive vocals seamlessly. The song builds to a dramatic climax with the line, “I know you can’t hear me screaming out,” showcasing Edie’s vocal prowess and songwriting skills.

“15 (When I Leave)” is not just a song; it’s an anthem for those navigating the turbulent waters of teenage life. Edie Yvonne’s ability to convey such raw emotion at a young age is impressive and marks her as a rising star to watch in the music industry. Follow Edie Yvonne on her journey and stay tuned for more from this talented artist.