PLEXXAGLASS says goodbye to toxicity with new single “DYD”


We have all been through those toxic relationships. Whether it’s a boyfriend or a close friend, there is a deep emotional drain that is sucked out of us. When we are pushed to the breaking point, sometimes we have to make those difficult decisions. Non-binary talent PLEXXAGLASS is cutting the negativity out of their life with new single “DYD”. The empowering track grabs your attention through fiery vocals and bold, booming instrumentation. Holding nothing back, they bare it all in this fiercely strong song. PLEXXAGLASS shares of the tune, “This song is a detox. It hurts to reevaluate friendships and relationships that have turned sour, but there always is a tipping point, and when that happens, you just have to cut the cord… and Don’t You Dare look back…”


The singer is known for their edgy, ethereal pop that pierces your soul. They display a distinct haunting quality all their own. “DYD’ follows the release of PLEXXAGLASS’ previous single “Lilith”, which was produced by Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park. An exhilarating tone paired with unique arrangements, makes their music stay in our minds long after it is through. “DYD” will have you never turning back.

Words: Chloe Robinson

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