Wishing For Life’s Rainy Days To Go Away, Singer-Songwriter Cindy Zhang Drops New Album


Making a wish this 11.11 for life’s rainy days to go away, Asian-American singer-songwriter Cindy
Zhang reveals her honest vulnerability in her upcoming album Songs For Rainy Days, an
anthology that enchantingly portrays every aspect of love; from the meeting to the end, to the
hurting and healing. Weaving romantic interactions within soulful arrangements and heartfelt lyrics,
Cindy’s velvety smooth vocals tug at the heartstrings with every hanging note. Expressing her
ever-growing musicality, the album is a thoughtful ode chronicling the ups and downs of modern
romance. The album will be officially released on all digital platforms on Friday, 11 November

Songs for Rainy Days features collaborations with South Korean indie-producer LambC,
Korean-American singer-songwriter Sarah Kang, hip-hop rapper okhissa and Grenada-born R&B
artist Josh Berkeley.
In the 2 years since releasing her debut album Voice Memos in 2020, Cindy has grown more
adventurous in exploring different genres and sounds, sharpening her production skills, producing
more heartwarming and soulful songs to soothe the heart. Making a comeback with this
emotionally-rich album, Cindy’s honeyed vocals dive into themes of love and escapism.
Evoking sentiments of warm nostalgia, Songs for Rainy Days encompasses Cindy’s growth and
change in her 20s; all with the relatable ups and downs of the emotional struggles in relationships.
Consisting of a vast array of genres – Jazz, City Pop, R&B and classical music, Cindy describes the
album as one very personal to her. “It captures the butterflies of falling in love, as well as the hurting
and healing from losing love. If you’re having a ‘rainy day’ or “gloomy day”, there will be songs in
this album to cheer you up.”
“Throughout the album, you’ll hear a lot of live string quartets, as well as some beautiful harp parts.”
Cindy shared, being heavily involved in the production of the album. “I grew up playing the violin, so
I really wanted to introduce orchestral instruments that you don’t normally hear in R&B and Pop

  1. Song for Rainy Days [Title Track]
  2. Wednesday
  3. Confession (feat. LambC)
  4. Stop Messaging Me
  5. One Way Ticket
  6. Disposable (feat. Josh Berkeley)
  7. Plastic Love
  8. Numbers (feat. Sarah Kang, okhissa)
  9. Finish Line (Acoustic)
  10. Stay The Same

Cindy’s best pick of the album? The title track “Song For Rainy Days” of course. “It’s my favourite
song! I think it captures a warm, cozy feeling of safety that a loved one can give you on a cold,
rainy day.”

With years of anticipation built up by her loyal fans, Cindy decided to release the album on 11
November (11.11), a special date signifying new beginnings, embarking on a new path. By

surprising fans with this brand new album, Cindy mentioned, “I hope that you can relate to the
songs in this new album and that they bring you warmth and joy during your rainy days.”
Accompanying the album with the visuals to match, fans can anticipated a lyric video and visualiser
music video to be released in the coming weeks as well.

Songs for Rainy Days will be available on all digital streaming platforms on Friday, 11 November.

Pre-save the album: https://orcd.co/cindyzhang-songsforrainydays

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