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Ahead of the one-year anniversary of her breakout single “abcdefu,” GAYLE is ready to embark on her next chapter in music. She just dropped an all-new single and confirmed her forthcoming EP.
The teenage sensation dropped the experimental new track, “indieedgycool,” as well as its grunge-inspired music video. The song does channel ’90s grunge elements — reminiscent of Hole, Veruca Salt and Garbage.
GAYLE sings — and sometimes shrieks — in the track about how she thinks she’s such a trendsetter and “everybody is copying me.” Her voice is masked with a soft, low tone as she lists all the reasons why she isn’t mainstream.
“I’m too cool for the radio/ Got vintage kicks, I’ma let you know/ Got champagne bottles in the bathtub/ That my best friend stole from the yacht club,” she chants in the chorus. “Parents got money, but they ain’t rich/ I got Gucci, but I prefer to thrift/ I’m hot s***, you know how it is/ I’m an indie, edgy, cool kid.”
That’s not the only new offering we got from GAYLE. The singer announced her new EP, a study of the human experience volume two, that’s coming out October 7 — the day before her new North American headlining tour is set to take place.
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