Ohio’s very own alt/pop singer/songwriter Jetty Bones — the moniker of Kelc Galluzzo — has released her newest single, “Taking Up Space.” The single is her first hew music since signing to Rise Records late last year, and follows her 2019 breakout EP, – (hyphen), which made it’s debut on four Billboard charts.
“Taking Up Space” was produced and mixed by John Fields (Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato), and is accompanied by a Lindsey Byrnes (Hayley Williams, Tegan and Sara) directed music video, which can be found below.
Galluzzo has long used Jetty Bones to be a vocal advocate for destigmatizing the conversation around mental health, and explains how “Taking Up Space” continues the conversation. “It’s about imposter syndrome. I have a hard time figuring out if people actually want me around, even when they’ve paid for a ticket to see me,” she explains. “It follows me around to my friendships, career choices, connections and relationships. What would happen if I wasn’t even there, you know? There’s always someone ready to fill the spot anyway.
“Taking Up Space” is out today via Rise Records, and is the first of more music expected to come from Jetty Bones via the label.