Liana Bank$ is fed up. Yesterday (Sept. 14), the Manhattan-born, Queens-bred singer-songwriter liberated a new single titled “Zero Fcks,” which sees her setting herself free from a toxic relationship:
“No fucks left to give, please just let me live, it is what it is, I’m so over all the shit you did ... I wish you the best, but you already had it...”
Via press release, Bank$ further explained the meaning behind the soulful offering revealing that she used to have a penchant for shutting people out at the first sign of trouble — as a result, she learned to find a balance between forgiveness and not being subjected to repeat offenses:
“I’ve always been very quick to cut people out of my life at the first wrong-doing. I wouldn’t even allow myself to care too much in order to protect my feelings. I realized it was a defense mechanism and wanted to work on knocking those fences down. ... Forgiveness is a beautiful, freeing, vibrational-raising experience for sure! But habitual forgiveness for the same offense? Who has time for that? Certainly not me.”
The accompanying video for “Zero Fcks” comes courtesy of Alex “Grizz Lee” Loucas, best known for previous work alongside Nicki Minaj, Rich The Kid, and Ariana Grande. The clip begins with Bank$ walking down an empty path with a bag and a shovel, with clear intent of burying her past and moving forward with her journey. Viewers can also see shots of her in a residence preparing for her trip, looking at old photos before packing memories up for the last time. The video ends with the aforementioned bag being thrown into its makeshift grave.
Check out the visual for “Zero Fcks” below, and look out for Liana Bank$’ forthcoming EP to arrive sometime at the top of the new year.