American alt-pop singer Jax Anderson returns with a brand-new single, “Scared To Death”. The introspective track is accompanied by a witty self-directed music video.
Creative and unyielding, Anderson started recording music back in 2010 under the stage-name Flint Eastwood. She’s known for producing emotionally engaging and uncompromising indie-pop anthems, which promote self-love and independence.
Her latest release follows previously unveiled single “Fear“. Both tracks are taken from the singer’s forthcoming debut EP named Heal, which is out on November 22 via Neon Gold Records. ‘Scared To Death’ lands alongside a fittingly personal clip, directed by the artist herself.
“‘Scared To Death’ is about the moment I realized that not everything I was taught as a kid was true, specifically when it comes to my own mortality”, the artist revealed. “I remember sitting at my friend’s house & thinking ‘this is it. this is all that life is. nothing more, nothing less. & that’s okay.’ There’s a certain amount of freedom that comes with knowing that this is all we have”.
Jax Anderson, who already has two headlining tours in her portfolio, is currently performing across North America alongside Bishop Briggs and Miya Folick. She has also played at such festivals as Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo, and opened for the likes of Foster The People and Sigrid.
Watch the video for “Scared To Death” here: