“The visible effect made on a surface by pressure”



Online sensation Abby Roberts today releases her debut single ‘Paramaniac’ via Melomaniac Records & Locomotion Special Projects. The instantly anthemic, self-penned song is part of her lo-fi, alt pop-leaning six-track EP due later this year. Alongside the track, Abby also unveils the stunning music video which she co-directed alongside Daniel Fox. The video was shot on location in London. The 20-year-old from Leeds has built an incredible global online community through her artistic beauty content, reaching over 80 million users a month with more than 17 million followers on TikTok alone. Ever searching for new creative outlets, Abby returned to her childhood obsession with music.

“I’m so excited to finally share my music with the world, it’s been such a long process and I’ve worked so hard on it’ says Abby. ‘I’m dying to see how people feel about it! Not gonna lie it is very daunting experience, I feel super vulnerable having my very personal stories out in the open, but I really hope people are able to relate or at least hear me out on what I was trying to express. The reason I wrote ‘Paramaniac’ in the first place was kind of just to vent about my personal experiences; thoughts on my body image, my struggles with my mental health, relationships and overall just the whole feeling of growing up in an online world where you constantly compare yourself to everyone around you – I think this is something that everyone can hopefully relate to and find comfort in knowing they’re not alone.”

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Abby has been working on the project alongside the likes of Matias Téllez (Girl In Red, Boy Pablo), Noah Terefe (Finn Foxell, HRVY) and Rob Milton (Easylife, Holly Humberstone) – she draws influence from the likes of Lana Del Rey, Arctic Monkeys, Clairo and the sounds of the 90’s she grew up listening to. As with all aspects of her output, Abby’s music is led completely by her and her alone.