Red Lagoon is a song about letting go of all inhibitions and fully committing to loving someone. Loving someone and bleeding for them. It’s about a ride or die love and about swimming to the deepest depths for the one you love. “In a blood red lagoon I’d drown to save you. In a world without a cure I will be your pill.”
Bad Boys is a song about falling for a guy from the wrong side of the tracks. It’s a modern day Romeo and Juliet. I sing about coming from money and falling in love with a rolling stone who doesn’t have any. “You are my home, riches to rags. a rolling stone your kiss is like cash.”
Gold is something straight out of a Tarantino film. The lyrics have a folk element to them and the music has a gypsy flare. It sounds like modern day gypsy music. Filled with old school cowboys shooting and the sound of horses running. The cowboy showdown symbolizes a love that isn’t meant to be.
Having been a promising young teen with a rock vibe, Starla Starshine has emerged from the chrysalis fully reborn. The transformation suits her well. Her new EP Red Lagoon is the sort of dreamy, transcendent music that sets itself apart from the endless tides of made-to-order pop. Exotic textures support pointed lyrics that deliver an authentic vibe that can’t be faked. Starla Starshine is a passionate artist, and she is here to make her voice and beliefs known.