Jane Decker Debuts New Single "Givin' Up" Via Bullett Magazine

Pop singer and multi-talented entertainer Jane Decker has teamed up with Bullett Magazine to premiere her brand new power-chic anthem "Givin' Up" which is off her forthcoming EP, 55 due out tomorrow.  Bullet Magazine quotes the track as a "lot of subtext packed into a a song that feels like three minutes of fun on the surface, a throwback synth pop track that exudes neon charm."

The power-pop tune is perfect for the 1980's neon-loving gal within all of us. Fans of Taylor Swift and Haim will appreciate the tracks' clever lyrical content and catchy hooks. Stream the brand new single for "Givin' Up" HERE!

"I wrote 'Givin Up' as an anthem of how dating is so mistreated," Jane Decker says of her song, premiering here today. "The song is talking about how I think we all struggle with dating out of boredom, and dating because we are looking for someone to share our life with. I think it's important to learn from bad relationships, but not to make the same mistake again. We learn, we move on, and we get closer to finding the person who was made to be ours."

Jane Decker is a pop artist from Cincinnati, OH. Jane started touring at 16 with her band Belle Histoire, which was one of Alternative Press' Top Bands of 2012. The success of Belle Histoire's debut album earned Jane the opportunity to be on the hit TV show The Voice. After working 3 months out in LA for the taping, Jane made it on national TV and was a trending topic worldwide on Twitter. 

Jane's debut EP Stonewallin' Sampler was independently released in April 2015, and received critical acclaim and industry attention. Her follow up release, 55 EP, will be released in September 2015, ahead of several festival appearances and supports for national artists.

(Jane will appear at the Midpoint Music Festival on 9/27 with PUBLIC and K-Flay, at at CMJ on 10/14 at Pianos and 10/16 at Rockwood.)


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