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We had the pleasure of interviewing girli over Zoom video!

Alt-pop rising star girli releases her empowering new single, "Be With Me," from her highly anticipated sophomore album 'Matriarchy,' set to drop on May 17th, 2024. “Be With Me” rebels against patriarchal standards, rejecting societal expectations for women and queer individuals, and staying true to yourself. This self-love anthem highlights the uniqueness of being in a relationship with oneself as the ultimate connection. There are no strings attached, no room for jealousy, etc – only the pure and positive chemistry of self-love.

In late 2023, girli dropped "Nothing Hurts Like a Girl," accompanied by a provocative music video that candidly explores the highs and lows of relationships. Of the track, Billboard stated “with a throbbing bass line, crisp guitar riffs and a sparkling assortment of synths, girli is dancing the pain away” while Queerty described it as “an explosive pop track that takes you through the wringer in the best way.”

'Matriarchy' marks a new phase in girli's artistic journey, emphasizing individuality and empowerment. The album's title track, "Matriarchy," has been hailed as "a fresh era for the outspoken cult heroine" by Clash, serving as a rebellion against the male gaze and a mission statement for an album that promises to rewrite the book on artistic reinvention. Additional inspiration for the album consists of figures like Petra Collins, Sofia Coppola, Patti Smith, Marlene Dietrich, Rupi Kaur, and the Riot Grrrl movement.

People Magazine featured girli on their 2023 list of Emerging Artists, highlighting her exploration of mental health, queer identity, friendships, and more through her music. Praised by NME, Refinery 29, and Bustle, girli's passions extend beyond music as she fearlessly uses her platform to spark conversations around feminism, sexuality, identity, and mental health.In a world where representation matters more than ever, girli is ready to rewrite the rules and inspire positive change through her art.

About girli:
Amelia Toomey, professionally known as girli, is a singer-songwriter from London, England. Through her pop-punk and electric sound, she has released multiple singles and EPs. girli’s debut album ‘Odd One Out’ was released in 2019. Under record label AllPoints, girli releases music about female empowerment, queer relationships and mental health. In 2021, single “More Than a Friend” was released and has since amassed over 53 million streams on Spotify alone. In 2023, People Magazine nominated girli as one of their “Emerging Artists” features. She was also a performer during SXSW Music Festival’s LGBTQ+ showcase of artists. girli’s sophomore album is to be released this year with an anticipated world tour.

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We had the pleasure of interviewing girli over Zoom video! Alt-pop rising star girli releases her empowering new single, "Be With Me," from her highly anticipated sophomore album 'Matriarchy,' set to drop on May 17th, 2024. “Be With Me” rebels against patriarchal standards, rejecting societal expectations for women and queer individuals, and staying true to yourself. This self-love anthem highlights the uniqueness of being in a relationship with oneself as the ultimate connection. There are no strings attached, no room for jealousy, etc – only the pure and positive chemistry of self-love. In late 2023, girli dropped "Nothing Hurts Like a Girl," accompanied by a provocative music video that candidly explores the highs and lows of relationships. Of the track, Billboard stated “with a throbbing bass line, crisp guitar riffs and a sparkling assortment of synths, girli is dancing the pain away” while Queerty described it as “an explosive pop track that takes you through the wringer in the best way.” 'Matriarchy' marks a new phase in girli's artistic journey, emphasizing individuality and empowerment. The album's title track, "Matriarchy," has been hailed as "a fresh era for the outspoken cult heroine" by Clash, serving as a rebellion against the male gaze and a mission statement for an album that promises to rewrite the book on artistic reinvention. Additional inspiration for the album consists of figures like Petra Collins, Sofia Coppola, Patti Smith, Marlene Dietrich, Rupi Kaur, and the Riot Grrrl movement. People Magazine featured girli on their 2023 list of Emerging Artists, highlighting her exploration of mental health, queer identity, friendships, and more through her music. Praised by NME, Refinery 29, and Bustle, girli's passions extend beyond music as she fearlessly uses her platform to spark conversations around feminism, sexuality, identity, and mental health.In a world where representation matters more than ever, girli is ready to rewrite the rules and inspire positive change through her art. About girli: Amelia Toomey, professionally known as girli, is a singer-songwriter from London, England. Through her pop-punk and electric sound, she has released multiple singles and EPs. girli’s debut album ‘Odd One Out’ was released in 2019. Under record label AllPoints, girli releases music about female empowerment, queer relationships and mental health. In 2021, single “More Than a Friend” was released and has since amassed over 53 million streams on Spotify alone. In 2023, People Magazine nominated girli as one of their “Emerging Artists” features. She was also a performer during SXSW Music Festival’s LGBTQ+ showcase of artists. girli’s sophomore album is to be released this year with an anticipated world tour. We want to hear from you! Please email Hello@BringinitBackwards.com www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #girli #NewMusic #Zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod leer más leer menos

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