In between starring in Baz Luhrmann’s NETFLIX series The Get Down and USA Network’s Dare Me as well as appearing on STARZ American Gods, she crafted a singular style as an artist. It crystallized on her 2018 EP, Come over to My House. Along the way, she lent her voice to Absofacto’s “Done With Love” and What So Not’s “We Can Be Friends” in addition to contributing music to the Official Soundtrack for the Major Lazer documentary, Give Me Future. In early 2020, she served up “1st Place” and “Troublemaker.” Beyond placements in Dare Me, the tracks inspired critical applause with Wonderland praising “her unique attitude-filed brand of alt-pop.”
Meanwhile, she summoned her new EP. Herizen co-produced every song and often performed piano and guitar. The first single, “Hellboy” hinges on a guitar riff as intensity courses through verses punctuated by raw screams, heavenly harmonies, dreamy keys, and forlorn whispers. In the end, Herizen connects by letting this pain out and holding nothing back.