SM6 Raise Their Hands

The emerging Illinois siblings' latest single offers an edgy, empowered take on pop.

SM6 closes the door on a toxic relationship with their new single Hands — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The emerging group’s latest single is an edgy take on pop that illustrates escaping from past relationships and finding yourself again. The track illuminates the feeling one has when finally ready to let go of someone after battling the feeling for so long. From being manipulated to giving up your strength to someone else, SM6 channel inner anger and seeks revenge through encountering independence.

Hands takes on sentiments of betrayal and anger, setting an aggressive tone. With the vocal talent, darker instrumental, captivating lyrics, and complex melody, listeners are taken through the moving experience of discovering their internal energy. “This song really signifies new beginnings and finding your inner power when leaving a toxic relationship,” says the band. “A lot of time and energy went into the making of this record; we hope the fans love it.”

SM6 capture the liberation of finding self-love and building up courage after losing yourself. Utilizing visceral lyrics such as, “Won’t let my knees hit the floor, I would never let myself beg for more from you,” SM6 create an encouraging feeling of resilience and freedom of relying on someone to feel complete. The track was co-written by Shayon Daniels and Nicci Funicelli and produced by Daniels, Nicci and Jim Funicelli.

SM6 is a dynamic group composed of six siblings from Geneva, Illinois. Their electric, fiery sound, not typically heard in mainstream pop music, contributes to their success. The band has established a mysterious atmosphere with edgy punk styles with the powerful vocals of Isabel Jones, bassist and lead singer, supported by the fluid combination of talent by pianist George, guitarists Adam and Jack, Emily on drums, and Ellie on percussion. They create fun-loving, talented, and amusing spaces for their fans on social media. As a tight-knit family, the musical entity creates an uplifting presence as a unique group in the electro-pop worldwide fandom. Released in June of 2022, Panic was a personal letter from Isabel on her journey of embracing her sexuality and the anxieties of coming out as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

Check out Hands above, hear more from SM6 below, and find them on their website, Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and Instagram.