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Olive Louise understands the perils of the world with “No Medicine”

New Yorker Olive Louise‘s “No Medicine” is a mesmerizing journey through the heart’s labyrinth, offering a sonic landscape that is both haunting and comforting. Since debuting music in 2019, Olive Louise has built a name for herself with her confessional songwriting and vocal prowess. “No Medicine” is another chamber pop triumph from the talented artist.

“No Medicine” details the hardships, unfortunate circumstances and pain that is in this world. What is so ironic is that despite these tragedies, time and life just moves on and that narrative is explored in Olive’s important piece. She confides, “the song is about wanting to feel like my life has meaning and that everything isn’t just coincidence and random chaos even when it feels like that’s a lot of what it’s been.”  Her ethereal vocals glide effortlessly over a lush arrangement, weaving tales of sadness, resilience, and grief. The production is impeccable, with each instrument carefully placed to create an immersive atmosphere that envelops the listener. From the melodic piano to the subtle swell of strings, every element serves to enhance the emotional depth of the music. At its core, “No Medicine” is a testament to the healing power of music. It’s a reminder that even in our darkest moments, there is solace to be found in art. Olive Louise has crafted a masterpiece that resonates long after the final note fades away, leaving listeners craving more of her soul-stirring melodies.

Olive Louise has found success building a fanbase all around the world with her poignant yet healing music. The songwriter is also known for her visual art, and her latest music video for “No Medicine” does not disappoint. Teaming up with director Barbara Safonkina, the video was shot in Upstate New York, predominantly in Albergo Allegria, a Victorian bed and breakfast nestled in the Catskills by Windham Mountain. Olive shares, “The music video is supposed to represent trying to wear blinders and ignore everything wrong and upsetting around you but it eventually catches up to where you can no longer avoid it.”