A number of months after signing with Stateside illustration, Amber Liu launched two brand-new songs Thursday (Sept. 20). A member of Okay-pop woman group f(x), the California native blends thoughtfulness with charming, ambient electro-pop on “White Noise” and “Lost at Sea.” Co-written by the singer, the pair are mellow dance tunes that mirror on two totally different, however equally vital, subjects.
“White Noise," the lead track, which was accompanied by a music video, begins off gently earlier than constructing right into a pulsating, riotous EDM observe echoing with Auto-Tune because it explores the concept of discovering oneself. It ultimately leads again to a softer, gentler sound, however not earlier than providing up some motivational verses from the artist. "There are so many issues occurring and all the things simply looks like an entire mess," sings Amber. "I'm in a white noise part/ And in these instances I maintain telling myself 'I can't cease, I can't quit.'"
Though “White Noise” displays on the star’s private struggles and hardships, “Lost at Sea” is a gentler tackle EDM, specializing in the hardships that accompany relationships, particularly poisonous ones. “Because it doesn’t matter what I do/ I can’t get by way of to you,” she sings.
The music video for “White Noise” sentimentally explores the concept of dwelling, with Amber hiding away her childhood bear in a suitcase as she embarks on her travels, solely to swap it for a more moderen, bigger bear as she searches for a spot she belongs. At the tip, she returns again to her youthful memento because the track closes out with the verse: “And although you're misplaced in your white noise part/ Don't fear, carry on working, working till you discover your approach dwelling."
Amber debuted as a member of Okay-pop woman group f(x) in 2009 and commenced pursuing a solo profession within the Korean music trade in 2015 together with her debut EP Beautiful, which went to No. 2 on the World Albums chart. She has since launched a number of solo and collaborative tracks. The launch of "White Noise" and "Lost at Sea" coincides with the announcement of her upcoming first solo tour, which can see her carry out in six North American cities all through December.