Sorry to future me Track List

Haven't Really Met Him Yet
00:00 / 03:43
Brooklyn
00:00 / 03:43
Sorry To Future Me
00:00 / 03:00
Staring At The Ceiling
00:00 / 04:04
19
00:00 / 02:56

Giselle Torres is a singer/songwriter with over 2 million subscribers and 1 billion views on her music videos on Youtube. She began her career in a pop girl group and participated in the X-factor in 2013 reaching the semi-finals. Since then, she's been a soloist and has released over 30 original songs & music videos both in English and Spanish (since she is Mexican-american), has done several sold out concerts in LATAM & performed her original song for Pope Francis in Juarez, Mexico in front of 220k people. 

 

"Sorry to future me" will be her debut EP and will fall under the "indie pop" genre. This EP is a journey between two people all divided up into 5 songs. Each song tells a piece of this story and will be connected through the course of 5 videos that will be released in the span of five weeks on her Youtube channel (2m+ subs) and will be heavily promoted. So essentially it will be a film that people will have to stay tuned to watch what happens next. 

 

Synopsis: 5 part mini-series told from the perspective of CAMILA as she falls in and out of love with MASON, a boy she has never met before. They go from being strangers, to meeting for the first time in Brooklyn for a day, to having to face the emotional rollercoaster that is teenage love and heartbreak.

 

Each song represents a different point and phase in their life, the good, the bad, the

obstacles, the excitement, everything that makes these two people so perfectly imperfect. And how

sometimes when you’re young, things don’t necessarily have to make sense. “It’s better to say sorry to future me than wonder what if.”

 

FYI: Giselle is also an actress and is starring in the new movie remake of franchise "Misfit" that is currently in theaters in LATAM & Europe and will be coming to Netflix next year & just wrapped the new horror feature film “She Came From The Woods" this month in New York where she will be starring alongside Cara Buono (Stranger Things).