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July 2019

Girlpool have shared two new songs, ‘Lucy’s’ and ‘Where You Sink’

The duo are currently on the road in the US.
Published: 10:45 am, October 11, 2018Words: Sam Taylor. Photos: Benedict Brink.
Girlpool have shared two new songs, ‘Lucy’s’ and ‘Where You Sink’

Girlpool have shared two new songs, ‘Lucy’s’ and ‘Where You Sink’.

The LA duo - Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker - are currently on the road in the US with Porches, and have a New York show on the way as part of their 5th anniversary celebrations.

Of ‘Lucy’s’, Cleo says: "This song responds to stubborn feelings from a past relationship. I wrote 'Lucy's' a couple of years ago to sort through some droning thoughts about hope, distraction and love. 'I swear I'll be alright/although (you) are in the sky,' continues to resonate. These lyrics distinguish a time when my partner would check out from our relationship. I reassured myself that even when they were not present, and I was, that I would be alright. I was hopeful that my partner would find resolve from their struggles, which stifled their capacity to provide the kind of care and attention that I needed. I practised nurture, and I hoped that they would find the ambition that I saw in them."

Of ‘Where You Sink’, Harmony adds: "'Where You Sink' explores our fixations on characters in our lives and the projections we create. It explores our natural human desire to be made special by another. I wrote it when I found myself looking at one person from various angles (emotionally); I found them to be beautiful in toxic but charismatic ways. It's about loving someone who you don't really have the chance to get to know fully because their time is spent trying to get out of their head, further from reality. It explores the complications of trying to get close to someone who ultimately wants to be far from themselves."


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