Kayls wants to take a relationship to the next level on “Hatch”


The past few months have been noteworthy for LA-based artist Kayls. In March, she released “On the Rocks,” which earned support from the likes of Ones To Watch, FLAUNT, and Wonderland. Last month, she followed up the single with “Internet,” helping her on her quest to redefine the standards of pop. With every release, Kayls uncovers a new level of confidence that shapes the way she goes forward in her music career. She is planning to commemorate the experience in her upcoming EP, Jasmine, which will be released soon. On her new single “Hatch,” Kayls expresses some of this confidence as she tries to take a relationship to the next level.

A buzzy indie rock statement, “Hatch” captures Kayls in a place of longing. She wants more from her partner, singing, “We’ve been in the incubator too long.” She knows that it is time to enhance what they have, comparing the love that is already there to the feeling of being “under the shade” of trees or of swimming in an infinity pool. She imagines how much better things will be if they break out of their shell, singing through angsty vocals, “Tell me we can hatch this out.” You can check it out below.

Telling us more about “Hatch,” Kayls explains,

“Something is seemingly safe in an incubator. It’s when that thing enters the world that it can be harmed. ‘Hatch’ is a song about a love that feels so good in its safe space but it’s nearing the moment when it must meet reality. When things stay protected forever, they never grow. It is with trial and tribulation that love and a connection between two can become a real lasting relationship, and that’s what the song is about. Kind of like, ‘Hey, let’s see if we can grow because we’re great together and there’s nothing to be afraid of.’ The song really brings you into that feeling.”

You can listen to “Hatch” on platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud.

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Christine Sloman
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Writer for Melodic Mag since 2018. Music lover since always.

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