Deanna Petcoff Releases New Single ‘Trash Bag’

    Deanna Petcoff has released ‘Trash Bag’, the latest single from her upcoming debut album To Hell With You, I Love You – out this Friday, April 8 via Royal Mountain Records. The track follows previous entries ‘If You Were Me’, ‘Devastatingly Mediocre’, and ‘I Don’t Wanna Get Over You’. Give it a listen below.

    “I wrote this song as a little tongue in cheek moment,” Petcoff explained in a statement. “I was starting to see someone new in the throes of the pandemic, and I had to cancel on them almost every time we had plans because I was having an anxiety attack or a depressive episode or a chronic pain flare and couldn’t get myself out of bed. I didn’t want them to view me as a sick person, and I wanted them to still want to see me when I got better. This song came out of nowhere one day while my roommate was doing laundry and moving around bags of garbage that we hadn’t been able to take out in a few days because neither of us had our shit together. In the end I hope this song resonates with anyone that has a mental illness, chronic illness, or anything that prevents them from feeling normal, healthy, and cute.”


    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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