Canadian Artist Sydney Scotia Channels Angst in "Bad Company"
Sydney Scotia is back with an incredibly captivating new hit "Bad Company". Launching with the sounds of moody guitar strings, the young recording artist sets a somber mood leading up to an unexpected melodic change that takes listeners on a fun and unpredictable soundscape. Following the beat drop, the song gets grungy; a perfect pairing with the angst-fueled lyrics. The storyline feels inspired by the fake and superficial nature that living in Los Angeles can breed. She talks about feeling like an outsider at LA parties and how her "friends" don't actually feel like real friends at all. After all, “You’re better off alone than keeping heathens by your side.”.