The fiercest new talent to emerge from the UK this year, London's newest rising star-cum-hell raiser, Girli releases brand new track 'Girls Get Angry Too' today on PMR Records and impacts on 27th May.
Produced by Ragz Originale (Skepta, Dej Loaf), 'Girls Get Angry Too' is an adrenaline-fueled 'in your face' anthem that sees the artist take on both the role of pop princess and modern day samurai.
Speaking about the track, GIRLI explains:-
"Someone said to me that girls don't really get angry - they just whine, while another person told me that it was "cute" that I rapped. I've been asked if I was on my period just because I told somebody to do something and Hamley's told me that the fireman toy I really wanted was for boys. All these experiences inspired to write this song for anyone else wanting to belittle me just because I'm a girl. It's dedicated to the ultimate samurai princesses, The Bride, as well as O-Ren Ishii #GGAT"
At the end of 2015, Girli released her debut AA side single 'ASBOys' / 'So You Think You Can Fuck With Me, Do Ya' to universal acclaim. Six months later and Girli has continued her path towards world domination, consistently establishing one of the most exciting & unpredictable sounds in pop music with her unique pink-tinged brand of "urban cyber-electronic-sugar dance pop". From winning tips from the likes of i-D, Wonderland, Noisey, Dazed, DIY, NME as well as Phil Taggart and Zane Low to mugging off the likes of Ant & Dec live on camera at this year's BRIT Awards, GIRLI has been winning fans throughout the UK with her explosive, "no fucks given" live sets across the capitol & beyond.
Girli will be performing at this year's Great Escape Festival in Brighton on the DIY stage on 20th May, further details to be announced soon. 'Girls Get Angry Too' will impact 27th May on PMR Records.
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