Banks - Deadend
Mp3 Download » Banks - Deadend; Jillian Rose Banks, also known as Banks, is an American singer, songwriter, and poet who has launched a new track titled "Deadend."
Deadend by singer Banks — Banks, a singer/songwriter who creates dark, alternative pop with hints of modern R&B, first rose to prominence in the early 2010s with a handful of downtempo, alt-R&B singles that helped establish a cross-genre following.
Banks' debut album, Goddess, charted just outside the Top Ten in 2014, but her follow-up, The Altar, remained in the chart's high echelons.
With her third album, III, released in 2019, Banks broadened her musical range. Jillian Rose Banks began writing as a youngster after a friend gave her a piano in her hometown of Tarzana, California.
She composed and performed as a personal release for years, but in early 2013, she released "Before I Ever Met You," a slick, low-key piece that sounded like it was written by someone who grew up listening to Fiona Apple and Massive Attack.
The Los Angeles native began releasing songs for Good Years (in the UK) and the revitalized Harvest (in the US) in a matter of months, including "Warm Water" (produced by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs) and "Fall Over." As she was opening for the Weeknd on a North American tour in September, she released London, a four-track EP.
Goddess, Banks' full-length debut, was released in September 2014 and debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 list. It includes collaborations with producers Justin Parker and Shlohmo, as well as more work with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.
In 2015, Harvest released a vast selection of remixes as a digital download. The Altar, her much-anticipated sophomore full-length, was released the following year, with the hits "Fuck with Myself," "Gemini Feed," and "Mind Games." The album charted at 17 on the Billboard 200. In 2017, a fourth single, "Underdog," was released.
Banks made a comeback in early 2019 with the synth-heavy tune "Gimme," which was produced by Hudson Mohawke. That song appeared on her appropriately titled third studio album, III, which was released in July.
Francis and the Lights contributed to "Look What You're Doing to Me," while producer Paul Epworth (Adele, Rihanna) worked on the beautiful "Hawaiian Mazes."