For music and art historians, New York City's Hotel Chelsea is a referential mark for many. In the '60s it was graced by young, previously lesser-known performers like Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, and esteemed authors like Ginsberg and Dylan Thomas. The acclaimed locale's lasting resonance lives on, even among artists 3,000 miles away.

Los Angeles artist Chelsea Effect, named after the Arthur Miller piece 'The Chelsea Affect', speaks to the lasting nature of artistry in her new, aptly titled stand-alone single 'Van Gogh'. The interpersonal track finds the young singer coursing through the question of our own mortality. She asks, "What impression will I leave/When I am gone?" in the sullen, impassioned work, which follows last year's successful single 'Good Enough'.

Listen to 'Van Gogh' below.