British Columbia born singer-songwriter, Kandle Osborne (daughter of 54-40 frontman, Neil Osborne) has released two new singles, “How Can You Hurt Me” and “Little Bad Things,” her first since parting ways with her former label, Sleepless Records.
Being labelless, Kandle found herself with full control over her established musical career. The result are two undeniably catchy, innovative singles.
Kandle shares on “How Can You Hurt Me”,
“The premise of the song is essentially about self preservation. Being completely abandoned by a great love with no explanation and thereafter seeking the cold comfort of an unobtainable, simple relationship inept of love.”
Uniquely, she managed to record these singles while in quarantine. Here’s how she did it.
Hey! I’m Allen Steinberg and I’m currently based in Belleville, Ontario. I’m a Journalism & Communications student doing my four-week placement with Canadian Beats because I love writing and I love music. Outlets like Canadian Beats are important because they care about showing off smaller / newer artists who may otherwise not get much exposure. I think it really keeps them going. I also sing and play guitar in my band Arm’s Length. Happy to be here!