Allison Ponthier Gets Real About Her Self-Care Routine in ‘Gross’ Music Watch


Sometimes, taking a sizzling bathe, placing on some gentle background music and meditating simply isn’t the form of leisure that you simply want. Sometimes, it’s a must to do no matter it takes to make your self really feel snug, no matter what different individuals would assume. And singer Allison Ponthier will assist your proper to take action.

Ponthier’s brand-new track “Gross” handles simply that — doing what it’s a must to do to maintain your self. While her new music video for the track (premiering under) reveals the singer working towards extra stylish leisure routines (taking a shower, doing a skincare routine, and so forth.), the lyrics are fairly express about what she’d reasonably be doing. “When I’m alone, my hand down my sweatpants/ I eat a complete bag of some candy shit/ I’ve a proper to be gross,” she croons.

While the shiny, groovy track tackles the topic with a tongue-in-cheek form of humor, Ponthier couldn’t be extra severe about how we maintain ourselves. “‘Gross’ isn’t about placing on an $18 face masks and calling it self-care; it’s extra about giving your self permission to be human,” she mentioned in a press release. “I'm continuously seeing tweets like, ‘Fellas, would you ever date a woman with cellulite’ or ‘Fellas, would you retain your son in your home if he wore make-up?’ Seeing the fixed policing of particular teams of individuals is so rage-inducing, so penning this track was actually cathartic.”

Pontheir made her official debut within the music trade again in October with the discharge of her first single “Get Low,” a equally moody, vibe-inducing track about biking by way of a collection of various moods.

Check out Allison Ponthier’s new video for “Gross” under: