Tishmal, the debut solo project of Rachel Brockbank, is quickly making a name for herself. “Tishmal,” meaning “hummingbird” in Luiseño—the language of her Native American heritage—was a name given to her as a young girl, coinciding with the start of her music writing journey. Tishmal’s rise has been swift, with opening acts for prominent artists such as CHVRCHES, Zara Larsson, The Aces, Hippie Sabotage, and XYLØ. Her brooding, poetic pop resonates with fans of female powerhouses like Lorde and Tove Lo. Beginning 2021 on a high note, she featured on Kaskade’s dance hit “New James Dean” and performed exclusive live sessions with Free People and AllSaints. Looking ahead, Tishmal is poised to reach new heights in 2022, releasing original music in collaboration with producers Christian Medice and Daniel Pashman.

Tishmal has captured my full attention with her outstanding song “You Got So High.” The track’s catchy vibe and Tishmal’s captivating vocals are irresistible. As an experienced artist, her music is energetic and powerful, compelling you to get up and dance. The song is well-produced and mixed, making it perfect for all-day listening. This unique track deserves much more attention. Enjoy “You Got So High,” and be sure to share it with your friends.

“I wrote the song in a very nostalgic mood, thinking back on my teenage years and secret crushes. There is a dreamy element of wonder weaved through the melodies and production, I didn’t want the song to feel too heavy. The lyrics talk about the drugs and skater influences I grew up around, but the real theme is the grief of losing a friend or secret love- the way those feelings stay with us over the years.” -Tishmal