​​Calicoco Yearns for a New Housing Arrangement on “I Hate Living with Me”

NY-based multi-instrumentalist Giana Caliolo’s new album Underneath arrives this Friday.

The good news for everyone out there who’s single, living in the city, and easing into their mid-20s is that you won’t be tethered to your group of roommates forever; the bad news is that moving into your own place isn’t always the solution you think it is—your sink is still full of unwashed dishes, and now you have no one else to pass the blame onto. But on their new single “I Hate Living with Me,” Giana Caliolo—the voice and music behind Calicoco—wrestles with more difficult personal demons than that all-too-common bit of neglectful housekeeping.

The track which opens their new LP Underneath with a moody, rattling, and somewhat surfy bang sees Caliolo begging to be taken back and relieved of their solitary confinement—whether that’s a living situation or a mental state is unclear. “‘I hate living with me.’ It was simply that,” they share. “I had trouble sitting in my own skin. And I didn’t want to be in it anymore.”

Hear the upbeat track below, and expect Underneath out this Friday via Dadstache Records.


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