Nadia Vaeh returns with blistering pop stunner ‘Anxiety’

Pop artist Nadia Vaeh has released her powerful new track ‘Anxiety’. Vaeh reflects on her personal mental health struggles and how she copes with the highs and lows of anxiety. She aligns her message of ‘Anxiety’ with the non-profit organisation MusiCares to raise critical funds that can directly support music people in need. ‘Anxiety’ is now available to stream and download on digital music platforms worldwide.  

Nadia Vaeh brings thought-provoking lyrics and inspiring storytelling in her dark and raw new single.  “Anxiety is a fabric of my life, as it is for so many others. This world breeds anxiety as if it were positive for us. Sometimes I am able to channel my anxieties in a positive way; other times, it can disable my ability to function. It just depends on the day… sometimes the hour,” explains Vaeh. “I am just glad society is arriving at a place where we can keep the topic of mental health a bit more open. The more we embrace the light and dark sides of the human experience, the easier it is to recognize and enjoy the goodness.”

The combination of Vaeh’s sincere lyrics of her own experiences, and the moody and dark undertone of the single, brings a realistic and relatable perspective on mental health. The conscious pop singer is donating a portion of the proceeds of the single to MusiCares, an organization focused on providing critical assistance to people in the music industry, and resources that affect the music community’s health and welfare.
“I want to help my music family. My peers need help more than ever with the state of the world. The entertainment industry is so high pressure, and this organization helps artists navigate the mental health issues that can arise or become exacerbated from these pressures,” she says.

Listen to ‘Anxiety’ below.

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