carolesdaughter – Good In Bed [Music Video]

Gold-certified alternative pop artist carolesdaughter—a.k.a. Thea Taylor— shares her new pop-leaning single “Good in Bed” via Arista Records. Watch the accompanying official music video above.

Thea continues to perfect her balance of searing honesty and soaring songcraft. Re: the track, she adds, “Although the title may seem very self explanatory ‘Good in Bed’ is a lighthearted way of saying I’m struggling to get out of bed again. I’m by myself. Don’t call me! Don’t perceive me! I’m rotting away very unhappily 12 hours a day on my phone in bed.”

Re: the striking music video directed by Anastasia Delmark, Thea comments, “To go along with the theme of the song, I wanted my music video to come off as anything but genuine. Fake smiles and a glimpse into my delusional alternate reality where my life is not falling apart, but sparkling and sexy. Sometimes what’s real is too painful and you need to have an active imagination to create a better outlook on what you are experiencing.”

“Good in Bed” follows Thea’s 2023 single “nobody’s favorite person, not even my own” and her critically acclaimed 2022 debut EP, please put me in a medically induced coma, which captivated audiences and tastemakers alike. Beyond tallying over 160 million streams and counting, Spin praised, “The seven-track project furthers Taylor’s exploration of somber themes, matched with hurtling pop-punk guitars and unshakable hooks.” Alternative Press highlighted “Cold Bathroom Floor” as “a heartbreakingly stripped-back track.”

“Taylor turned heartache into tenacious art” – Alternative Press

“Taylor is a beacon to the misfits and alt kids” – PAPER Magazine

“Alt-pop queen carolesdaughter spearheads the next generation of alt-pop music” – V Magazine

“carolesdaughter is using dark pop music to combine the hardcore with the delicate, redefinitng what it can mean to be feminine in the process.” – Wonderland

ABOUT carolesdaughter:
Born Thea Taylor as the youngest of ten kids in a Mormon family in a California suburb, music granted carolesdaughter an escape from the tumult, trials, and tribulations of five different high schools. After battling demons of addiction in rehab, she returned from the brink with songs of her own. Her feelings instantly resonated with listeners. She initially gained traction with “wish I wuz dead” on Soundcloud before reaching critical mass on “Violent.” The latter spoke directly to millions and picked up a gold-certification. In its wake, she opened for MGK in arenas and launched a free acoustic tour where she engaged audiences in the most intimate setting possible. Simultaneously, she garnered widespread acclaim from PAPER Magazine, V Magazine, and The Line of Best Fit, to name a few. She asserted herself as a vital voice on her critically acclaimed 2022 debut EP, please put me in a medically induced coma [Arista Records], generating tens of millions of streams and boasting fan favorites such as “audrey.” She only sinks her claws in deeper with follow-up singles “xo i hope u die,” “sunshine & roses,” “nobody’s favorite person, not even my own,” and recently released “Good in Bed.”

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