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“15 (When I Leave)” by Edie Yvonne: A Raw, Emotional Banger

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Edie Yvonne wastes no time on “15 (When I Leave),” launching straight into a distorted guitar riff that crackles with adolescent energy. This isn’t your sugar-coated pop anthem. It’s the raw, honest voice of a teenager on the cusp of change, grappling with the anxieties of a new school and the yearning for self-discovery.

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Yvonne’s lyrics are sharp and relatable. Lines like “Looking in mirrors and I see myself / Been trying to look like everyone else” capture the universal struggle between fitting in and forging your own path. The music’s fast pace wonderfully expresses the emotional rollercoaster of those adolescent years. There’s more to “15 (When I Leave)” than just a great melody. For young hearts, it’s a rallying cry that lets them know they’re not the only ones who fight to discover who they are.

Edie pens, “I’m leaving. I know it’s not your fault. You never cared at all. At least I tell myself So it hurts.” The incredibly catchy, indie pop, pop-punk, anthemic, rock, and remarkably edgy mood of the song will have you hooked within the first few minutes and last for an exciting 2 minutes and 34 seconds.

With a dramatic crescendo of, “I know you can’t hear me screaming out….” the song ends. Edie Yvonne’s “15 (When I Leave)” is a heartfelt and relatable reminder that sometimes, the best way to grow is to step out of the comfort zone and into the vast unknown.

With “15 (When I Leave),” she establishes the foundation for what seems to be an exciting journey ahead and makes a powerful statement about her evolving artistic style. Let’s continue to support and love Edie’s past songs while we wait for more songs from her.

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