Cool Girl Island Shares New Single ‘Do not disturb (airplane mode)’

Cool Girl Island, the project of London/Taipai-raised, NYC-based indie electro-RnB songwriter/producer Coco Lin, has just shared her brand new single Do not disturb (airplane mode), a captivating blend of electronic and R&B elements. 
Out now via Stay In Records, Do not disturb (airplane mode) is a memorable piece of music that can be interpreted in many different ways, always depending on one's mood. What I like the most about this song is its warmth and how dreamy and soulful her vocals are, packed with raw emotion while gliding effortlessly over the infectious Father Pocket-production. Apart from her vocals I am particularly fond of the synths, cool 808s and groovy rhythms that together create an overall warm, laid-back atmosphere perfect for a relaxing day home alone. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Cool Girl Island said, 

I wrote the song during the end of covid. Despite finally having “permission” to leave my house, I found myself wanting to stay in and craving my own company. The music I wrote became my melodic journal diary. Sometimes I would surprise myself when I listen back to the lyrics I wrote because I’m quite a private person. To be completely honest, I don’t remember the writing process of this song and there’s no deeper meaning to the lyrics, but depending on the mood I am in, I relate to my song very differently. Most days it’s a feel good, self-love kind of song, other days it makes me strangely sad… There are also days when it’s just a white noise song I play in the background. I have a tendency to block out the world and get stuck in an endless daydream. I do get a lot of complaints from friends regarding how my phone is always on “do not disturb”.