Leanne Tennant’s song ‘Overthinker’ speaks on mental health

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Singer Leanne Tennant has been categorized as AU Review’s Australian Artists Of The Year as well as been featured in acclaimed publications such as Rolling Stone, Popdust, CLASH Magazine, Atwood Magazine, tmrw Magazine, Medium. The songstress is also a winner of a Carol Lloyd Award along with winning a  Queensland Music Award winner several times.

With all this success in her career thus far, Leanne shows us that anxiety does not discriminate. Her new song ‘Overthinker’ from the new album “Happiness Is” shines a light on her battle with anxiety. The singer shares “As a sufferer of anxiety, I have a tendency to overthink things.  I started writing this song when I was feeling a little fragile however what came out was quite powerful. “

RCRD LBL shares their thoughts on the single, “Leanne is an open book to anyone that will hear her sincere and thoughtful lyrics about the small victories and challenges that she faces every day as a creative and human being. but ‘Overthinker’ digs deeper into the vulnerable space of mental health. “ 

Leanne transfers her thoughts of insecurity and anxiety with her song ‘Overthinker’ proving that she can use criticism and negative energy as fuel to create a  positive outcome with her latest release. 

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