The track is from the artists new EP Cries Real Tears!
Issy Wood is a painter who has taken the bold path into trading out her visual art for audible kind. Serving as an extention of her initial work, new EP Cries Real Tears! sees the artist delving into new territory with innovative and always interesting results.
A great example of this is ‘Hell’, a tortured and haunting track that encapsulates the artists unique and often disturbingly enjoyable sound. The track is thoughtful and measured, with almost Nirvana-esque guitars providing a grungy and murky undertone to already uncomfortable proceedings. ‘Hell’ is just one of many examples of how seamlessly Issy has made this transition from one medium to the another.
“This EP is an experiment in switching mediums,” said Issy. “For me, Cries Real Tears! is my confessing to mistaking pain for pleasure, or a trap for freedom in relationships, especially the one with myself. Some feelings aren’t always communicable in visual mediums alone. The EP title comes from a statement sometimes seen on kids’ baby doll boxes, peddling the doll’s almost-human qualities”