Indie Pop singer-songwriter Gabrielle Macafee is thrilled to release her new single “Apocalypse Rodeo” which is out now along with the music video.
She says, “‘Apocalypse Rodeo’ is an introduction to myself, Gabrielle Macafee. What began as a breakup song evolved into a pop song with an eye roll; a sardonic commentary on the paranoia and ruffled egos of the evangelical church. It’s about the shared experience of looking back on what was once familiar, and realizing it’s all wrong. Listen up! A little ‘Apocalypse Rodeo’ might be just what you need.”
Drawing influence from Björk to Lana Dep Rey; from Donna Summer to Bikini Kill, Macafee’s songs are potent with nostalgia – a classic sound you haven’t quite heard before. After abandoning her collegiate studies in classical voice due to a traumatic brain injury, Macafee turned to write pop music in order to heal and carve out her place as an artist and writer. She spent a few years listening and writing; using her lyrics as a vehicle for therapy, and watched a world build around her.