NERIAH Long Awaited Debut Album, 'Cause of Death', Is Finally Out

American singer-songwriter, NERIAH’s highly anticipated album, 'Cause of Death', has officially hit all major streaming platforms with the focus single "Go Find Less", and it’s safe to say this is her best work to date.

“This album is the reason I was able to find myself and learn how to fall in love again,” NERIAH shares. 'Cause of Death' takes you on a journey through every emotion - from falling in love with someone who isn’t good for you, fighting for someone who doesn’t deserve you, and finally realizing how much better you are without them. The track, “Go Find Less” is that moment when you realize love isn’t always enough to make a relationship work and you’re ready to move on. 

But there’s more to the story. With a deluxe version of 'Cause of Death' being released on November 17, which features six new unheard tracks and completing the album with a total of 24 tracks, NERIAH’s journey comes full circle as she alludes to falling in love again after making it through the heartbreak.

From happiness and love to hardships and heartbreak, NERIAH’s music takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions that every young adult goes through, with each song letting her audience know they’re not alone on this unpredictable and beautiful adventure of life.

Following the release of her third EP, NERIAH shows no signs of slowing down and will be steadily releasing new music throughout the year. NERIAH currently boasts over 1.5M monthly Spotify listeners, 218K Instagram followers, and over 200K TikTok fans. She headlined a sold-out show at The Troubadour, performed at two iHeart festivals, as well as recently concluded a North America tour supporting Alexander Stewart. Her presence in Southeast Asia has seen a tremendous surge in audience engagement recently, with impressive rankings in key countries including #3 in the Philippines, #4 in Indonesia, and #8 in Malaysia.

Her accolades this year alone co-signs from SZA, Halsey, Lauren Spencer Smith, Trevor Daniel, and more.

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