Siiickbrain shares love letter to anti-depressants with new single “Zombie”

Experimental rock artist Siiickbrain has released her latest single “Zombie” today. The track pairs the artist’s unique blend of seductive singing and profoundly personal lyrics.
“Zombie is a love song that I wrote about my antidepressants while I was withdrawing from them earlier this year,” she shares on the track that covers her take on prescription drug culture in America.
Fans can stream “Zombie” today at
The accompanying video displays x-rated dancing in an extraterrestrial manner, is available to view today at
Siiickbrain is the musical persona of Caroline Miner Smith. She grew up in a rural town and was always drawn to music but was afraid to dive in fully. While establishing herself as a highly desired model in New York City, Caroline started writing poetry as a means to cope with her own anxiety and personal demons.
Siiickbrain has had a busy 2021, teaming up with artists like Hawthorne Heights to remix the iconic emo-rock anthem “Ohio Is For Lovers”, Russian protest art collectivePussy Riot to unleash an electrifying anthem “POWER”, which drives home the idea that women can take back any power that was ever taken from them. Inspired by her favorite movie Fight Club, the music video showcases an all-female cast of bright, young rising stars like phem, Chloe Chaidez and more fighting it out, highlighting the raw power of women. She joined Machine Gun Kelly in his musical film Downfalls High. Siiickbrain also rounded out an incredible trio including Skrillex and Swae Lee on their propulsive track “Too Bizarre.”
Be sure to follow Siiickbrain on social media for more new music soon.
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