There are few music careers to emerge from the hyperpop/digicore spheres that have been as fascinating to watch as quinn's. At just 15 she began making songs like "ok i'm cool" which would define the cult musical movement. She refused to stay stagnant, getting bolder with each successive release, and at times seemed to prefer announcing thankfully brief retirements over sticking to a career arc predictable for someone of her talents.
Her debut album drive-by lullabies arrived in 2021 and was one of our favorite projects of the year, and on July 22, quinn will share her self-titled follow-up album. It will be released on deadAir, the label co-founded by quinn alongside Billie Bugara and Jesse Taconelli, and will come with a merchandise collection designed by deadAir's creative team. Below, you can find a brief trailer for the project shared on quinn's Instagram.