Meet Psyclo: exclusive interview

Psyclo is an upcoming singer who has sensational talent in writing, singing and making music. Her music isn’t categorised into one genre, for she likes to break the barriers and mix them together. In most of her songs, there is a strong influence of rap, dark pop, punk and rock.

Psyclo released her first single called friEND in April this year and then other singles followed such as Freaks, City Blood Bank, The 18th Floor in Hell and Watch Me. Her sound is completely distinctive and stands out all together as a new artist. Her music videos are just as eccentric and have a dark, alternative theme that is alluring.

Her music is available on all platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud and YouTube. However, it is recommended to watch her music videos as they all tell a story that works well with her lyrics.

Psyclo is known to be a quiet introvert that has a love for anime and grew up with violent movies. She is currently based in LA and continues to make music. Even though Psyclo is a music artist, she never actually liked listening to music before she started making it.

It is therefore a new chapter for her in her life, which has brought many good elements to her and her growing fanbase. She is also active on social media, she connects with her fans and posts about her projects.

Although Psyclo has a passion for music, she originally moved to Hollywood in order to study Filmmaking, Directing and Screenwriting. She did graduate, but decided to change directions in her career because she didn’t like the social skills that are required in the film entertainment business. She is not a social person and it was until her senior year that she decided to focus on music only.

Just like many others, Psyclo is still on the path to self discovery and finding herself. She has found the love for music after many years and has taken serious commitment to that. The name ‘Psyclo’ defines the weirdness and fun that you find in a safe place, but you’re still on your journey to self discovery.

The young singer has been able to express herself through her lyrics, which others who share the same experiences can relate to. The upcoming artist has an authentic yet edgy and eccentric image, which is refreshing to see in a pool full of normality.

In order to get to know Psyclo more, we get the chance to chat with her in this exclusive interview and get to know more about her.

Can you tell us about what inspired you to get into music?

“I’m never good at expressing my feelings. The experiences in life inspires me to write songs. Songwriting is the only way I’ve found so far to make myself feel better. It gradually became the drug that I need to wake up and to fall asleep every day, it’s my personal therapy.”

Is it true that you originally wanted to be an actor from a young age?

“I saw the same actor appearing on different TV channels and assumed that actors have this superpower of showing up at multiple locations at the same time. Being an actor was my one and only dream.”

What are three things that you are passionate about?

“Writing, singing and doing nothing.”

What was the inspiration behind your single Freaks?

“You always put others first but you’re screaming for help silently and have been trying to convince yourself that you are loved by yourself when you’re not even a little.”

How would you describe your music in three words?

“I d gaf”

What do you love most about Los Angeles?

“The music venues in LA and the mixed feelings that the city gives me.”

What do you enjoy doing when you’re not making music?

“Ordering some food and watching movies.”

Are there any future projects that we should look out for?

“I’m ready for 2021. Everything will unravel within the next year.”

You can check out Psyclo on her social media, where she posts teasers of her upcoming music online and what she gets up to on a daily basis as an artist.


Alex is the co-author of 100 Greatest Plays, 100 Greatest Cricketers, 100 Greatest Films and 100 Greatest Moments. He has written for a wide variety of publications including The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Telegraph.

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