Born in Tel-Aviv, experimental songwriter, producer, and visual artist Tesha uses her music as a channel through which she shares messages of self-empowerment while exploring the intricacies of life.
The Brooklyn-based modern visionary just released the raw first single from her upcoming EP Growing Pain II. Titled “See So Good,” the track conveys distinct emotions with a dreamy delivery, immediately drawing listeners into its mysterious oceanic depths.
“It's about letting go. It's about that moment when you’re sinking at the bottom of the ocean and you know your end is near, but you smile and you release all the pain because you don't have anything else to do," she says about the track, which she wrote after the death of her mother. "We ourselves die multiple times in life, we shed our skin emotionally like soul-snakes; my mom died physically, the only final death that there is as far as the eye can see, and I died emotionally. Losing somebody you love so much, the pain is unbearable, but this moment is inevitable and it made me grow. I wanted people to know that even the worst fates can turn into something positive and this is why I wrote this EP. Pain is a growing mechanism if you’re hurting...you’re growing into something bigger."
Growing Pain II is set to drop December 7. Listen to “See So Good” below.