Many popular pop songs have been written about eating disorders. Songs like “Ana & Mia” depict a girl with an eating disorder. The song’s title comes from the slang term for anorexia. You can listen to these songs to learn more about the disorder and find inspiration.
GLAM’s “In Front of the Mirror”
GLAM has just released their new single, “In Front of the Mirror,” which features trot, hip-hop, and euro-pop. It’s a different song from their previous single, “I Like That,” but it still has their distinct sound. This song is about modern women and their place in society.
“In Front of the Mirror” is a trot song that expresses the frustration many women feel every time they look in the mirror. It is a song about how a society is so fixated on visuals and not on the human being themselves. It is a song about the struggle to look perfect.
The video is cute and conveys the frustrations of girls in a looks-dominated society. The split screen also helps to keep the video visually interesting, while giving the band space to breathe.
Rachel Ferguson’s “Never Good Enough”
In “Never Good Enough,” Rachel Ferguson sings of the importance of making amends and the pressure to perform. Ferguson’s writing is often baroque and often humorous, but the main plot is not a thriller. It’s more about the human struggle with social class and economic hardship.
Alaina Bryan is a singer and songwriter who has opened up about her battle with anorexia and bulimia. She credited her mother with helping her to overcome the condition. In “Pretty,” Alaina reflects on her journey to recovery, and encourages listeners to love themselves despite their external appearance.
The country singer is well-known for her hit song “Road Less Traveled,” but the lyrics of her new single are far more personal. The song asks, “Why do you keep staring at me?” It is a song about body insecurity and eating disorders, and it is one that Alaina herself wrote about her experience.
Alaina Bryan had to deal with an eating disorder when she was a teen. She was on American Idol at the time, and she was subjected to body shaming from viewers. She lost forty or fifty pounds by the end of the show, and she said that she didn’t have the tools she needs to deal with cruel people. She now works out three times a week, and is also a big fan of boxing.
Nessa Barrett’s “Dying on the Inside”
Nessa Barrett’s newest single is “Dying on the Inside.” The lyrics address Barrett’s struggle with an eating disorder and the pain she feels from keeping it hidden. The song is composed of verses that focus on Barrett’s internal struggles and the words of others. Throughout the song, Barrett addresses the pressures she feels as she tries to fit in.
“Dying on the Inside” is one of the most vulnerable songs Nessa Barrett has released to date. Barrett opens up about her struggle with an eating disorder, a condition she suffered from for years. The song is a strong representation of the artist’s vulnerability and her unwavering commitment to making raw music. Nessa Barrett revealed that writing “dying on the inside” was cathartic.
Ashton Irwin’s “Skinny Skinny”
The drummer of the rock band 5 Seconds of Summer has announced his debut solo album, which will be out October 23. His debut single is “Skinny Skinny,” a song that speaks to the issues of body dysmorphia. He says the song is about empowering people to love themselves despite their size and shape. The song is about the struggles of body dysmorphia, and Irwin explains in an Instagram caption that he writes for his fans who struggle with body dysmorphia. “I’m excited to put out music,” he writes.
The track “Skinny Skinny” has a very raw and emotional feel to it. The song’s lyricism and emotional content make it an excellent start for Irwin as a solo artist. Irwin’s new single “Raw” also reflects his emotional side, proving his raw and vulnerable voice.
Ashton Irwin has tapped into the prevailing moods in pop culture and has used freeform movement to tell stories. But this new video takes a step away from Ashton’s other work. While many songs are about heartbreak, change, and relationships, this video tackles more universal themes. Animated illustrations also appear over the video, illustrating how the artist struggles with his own body image.
Marianas Trench’s “Invisible”
The Marianas Trench is the deepest place on earth, deeper than Mt. Everest. It is a subduction zone, where old Earth is subducted beneath new, so the environment is very dark. Scientists have discovered a number of strange things in this region.
The Mariana Trench is a natural wonder of the world, and its depths are astounding. The water is incredibly cold, with temperatures well below freezing. The pressure can crush the bones, and the lunar-like landscape is truly amazing. The Marianas Trench is a great place for science experiments, and scientists can use these findings to learn more about this area of the world.
The creatures found in the Mariana Trench are also very fascinating. The deep-sea creatures that live there are eerie and weird looking, like they are from a horror or science-fiction movie. Many species of sea cucumbers live there, and the scientists have identified over 200 species. These creatures feed off sediment and other chemicals released underwater.
Maria Mena’s “Eyesore”
Eyesore is the sixth track on Maria Mena’s self-titled album. It is a song about self-hatred. The singer uses the word “eyesore” throughout the song to describe herself. It seems that Mena has long considered herself an “eyesore.” This term is used to describe physical flaws and can apply to everything from weight and scars to facial features.
Nessa Barrett’s “Pretty”
Nessa Barrett’s “Prety” EP comes just as she’s getting ready to release her debut studio album. The singer’s voice smacks of pop-alternative, and the lyrics are sharp and scathing. The ensuing production is not overly energetic and suits the singer’s delivery and subject matter well.
While Barrett’s “Pretty” EP isn’t a complete disappointment, the album doesn’t have any standout tracks. Despite the dark tone, the album is not easily put into any specific genre. It has cinematic soundscapes, reverb-heavy guitars, and a touch of vintage tape effects. Throughout the EP, Barrett manages to deliver honest lyrics and skillfully craft evocative tunes.
The singer’s “Pretty” EP is a solid first effort for an artist who has gained a significant following on the TikTok social network. She’s been featured on the platform since July 2020 and has since signed a recording deal with Warner Brothers. The EP will feature a video for her single “Keep Me Afraid.” The EP was preceded by her first breaking single, “i hope ur miserable until your dead,” which reached the #8 spot on Spotify. It has also been trending at YouTube and was featured as a #1 Most Added track on Alternative Radio.