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LAURAN HIBBERD shares explosive new cut ‘Boy Bye’

Brandishing her boldest release to date and hurtling towards the forefront of the emerging indie elite, Isle of Wight native Lauran Hibberd’s slacker pop rampage hits full throttle with explosive new cut ‘Boy Bye’.

Teaming up with esteemed producer Suzy Shinn (Weezer, Panic! At The Disco, Fall Out Boy, Dua Lipa) in lockdown for a transatlantic recording partnership, ‘Boy Bye’ marks the first product of these sessions, exuding her trademark satirical and anthemic tendencies, whilst providing a clear indication of what to expect from her next batch of material.
With a constantly growing list of achievements, the indie sensation’s profile is certainly developing an impressive rate, with a slew of acclaim across the BBC Radio 1 airwaves (Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Jack Saunders) following recent singles ‘Old Nudes’ and ‘Bang Bang Bang’, not to mention universal backing throughout the tastemaker community (NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Dork, Billboard, Clash, Gigwise) and thrilling support tours alongside US contemporaries Hippo Campus and The Regrettes.
Detailing her rousing latest effort, Hibberd explained: “‘Boy Bye’ IS co-dependency, it has a scarily obsessive nature about it and is based on the need to ‘feed’ someone to keep them around. I sort of battle with myself throughout the whole track, the same way you would in your brain when stuff like this happens and you try and justify it to yourself. There’s an odd strength in it though, and I think it’s noticing it and being able to say it out loud that gives it that balls to the wall sort of ‘get lost’ momentum. Also BYE BOYSSSS!!!!”

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