Asha Jefferies Is So Over Boys In Her Debut Album Ego Ride 

by shannon carlin

On her debut LP, Asha Jefferies gets sentimental and existential about the heartbreak that led to her queer awakening. Ego Ride isn’t a breakup album though; it’s a record chronicling the Australian singer/songwriter’s self-discovery. The soaring ballad opener, “Stranger,” offers an insightful look at a young couple growing up and apart; “Tank Tops” is a euphoric electro-pop bop about being so over boys while finding confidence in her body; but it’s “Cruise Control,” a big-feelings anthem about trusting your gut, that makes Jefferies one of the most exciting new artists of 2024. 

Top Image Via Nettwerk Music Group

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