While "Warm Winter's Day" may be wishful thinking right now, NYC pop singer Alison Valentine makes us believe. According to her label, Valentine was a classically trained musician who spent her childhood at the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Choir before moving to Sweden for boarding school. Now, a student at Tisch and a self-proclaimed "flower girl" by day (hey, everyone needs a job), Valentine makes bubbly, experimental pop in her free time.
Her newest single, "Warm Winter's Day," is a sunny piece of pop escapism and mixes in '80s R&B with tropical synths and glittery chimes. With lyrics about as literal as they get ("Come for me under the covers / We can be December lovers"), the song is so light it feels like it might just float away. Look for the track being released today via The Pop Manifesto, and you can stream it below.
"Warm Winter's Day"
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