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Casey Conroy releases "In My Head," a perfect spring single

Rising indie-pop artist Casey Conroy crafts a carefree love song inspired by overthinking.

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Rising indie-pop artist Casey Conroy is back with an irresistibly catchy new single, "In My Head." Perfect for the emerging spring, the soft, bright and fun musical atmosphere pairs with Casey’s thoughtful writing, creating a beautifully carefree love song that was inspired by her struggles with overthinking and putting pressure on herself concerning her music career.

I think the song came out of a desperateness of being so tired of the noise in my head and wanting to focus on the things I do have rather than what I was questioning. I love that in the end, it became this carefree love song because it was so much of the energy I needed at the time.”

Despite the song’s carefree vibes, a lot of thought went into the recording process. A different version of the track existed first but Casey and her collaborator Willy felt something was missing, so they went back and reproduced the song from scratch.

It’s funny that even with a song about ‘stop overthinking’ and ‘just take action’ we went ahead and overthought the process one more time lol!”

Casey says this song is meant to make listeners feel good, a “pick up your hairbrush as a microphone and run around your room screaming it at the top of your lungs” kind of good. She also hopes ‘In My Head’ reminds listeners of the importance of surrounding yourself with people who “help you sort through the garbage we sometimes fill our heads with.”


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