Rising pop star Malia Civetz reveals her brand new soul-pop single ‘Anybody But You‘ taken from her forthcoming EP ‘Heels in Hand’
The new soul-pop jam is the latest taste of Civetz‘s forthcoming EP Heels in Hand, which is available for preorder now and out on April 23.
Civetz dreams of alerting a former lover that she’s moved on with “the boy I told you not to worry about”—and that she’s never coming back. “I might invite you to my party,” Civetz coos. “So you can watch me dancing on some, on somebody new… you probably know who.”
The instantly memorable melody, given extra heat by Civetz‘s powerhouse vocals, makes “Anybody But You” an anthem for anyone who has hoped to show someone from their past how much they’re thriving in the present.
Malia’s new single “Anybody But You” follows that song’s heroine through her journey of realizing self-worth. “This is the moment after ‘When You’re Lonely,'” Civetz wrote on Instagram while previewing “Anybody but You.” “It’s when you finally remember who you are and then you realize they’re literally just not worth your time.”
The rising star will premiere new music from the EP, lead Q&A sessions, and take requests. This up-close showcase will bring listeners further into the life of Civetz, who’s used her pop songs and her platform to give fans an honest snapshot of big emotions—and a path through life’s darker parts.
In 2020, Civetz released her debut EP The Flip, which features the triumphant “Broke Boy,” the slinky Yung Baby Tate collaboration “Love Thing,” and the sleek Alesso co-write “Disrespectful.”