Newcomer pop musician, Heather Cole, recently released her new single, “Good At Friends,” debuting Friday, November 16. The single exudes honesty and her listeners have already become fans, with this single being her fastest-streaming single to date. Listen on Spotify here.
Hailing from Alaska, “Good At Friends,” was inspired by Cole’s own life experiences, in which she shares that “I usually end up trying to be friends with my exes. Sometimes it works out, but more often it turns into a weird dysfunctional relationship like the one in this song.” The guitar-driven single was co-penned by Cole, Abe Stewart and Annalia. The single was produced by Abe Stewart, known for his work with Khalid, Avalon Young, Andie Case, Hans Zimmer and Telykast.
Cole’s influences consist of Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and Demi Lovato, among others similar. Cole recently released her debut EP, One of Our Hearts, which is a visual project, telling a relationship from beginning to end through music and film. View the visual EP below.