Shalom Shares New Single ‘Soccer Mommy’

And yep, that's a Sophia Allison reference...

Shalom has shared her new single ‘Soccer Mommy’.

The Brooklyn based songwriter will release her debut album ‘Sublimation’ on March 10th, courtesy of the fine folks at Saddle Creek. A label with a fine roster, Shalom both speaks to their heritage while adding something different.

A true music fan, her new song ‘Soccer Mommy’ is about, well, Soccer Mommy. Y’know… Soccer Mommy.

She’s also a long-time Clash fave, so we’re glad everyone is on the same page here. Lucid, fun, melodic indie pop, it’s a song that reflects on the importance that music holds in our lives, in addition to functioning a neat lil indie pop tune in its own right.

The video was shot at a DIY space in New Brunswick, and features local all-girl heroines Valentine’s Day.

Shalom comments…

This song is about a time in my life that I used to be very upset and embarrassed about, but now I’m like, wow, I feel so much better after writing this song. It’s called “Soccer Mommy” because I got my driver’s license in late 2019 and spent my first year on the road listening to ‘Color Theory’ and thinking about my 20-year-old self who didn’t deserve the things that happened to her. I love Soccer Mommy. I’m terrified of driving, but I always felt brave listening to “Circle The Drain” on 287 south.

Tune in now.

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