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Alexander 23 has released his lovely new tune, 'Caught in the Middle'

It's about an old relationship. 
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Published: 12:03 pm, July 31, 2020
Alexander 23 has released his lovely new tune, 'Caught in the Middle'

Alexander 23 has released his lovely new tune, ‘Caught in the Middle’.

A reflective bop with a hint of 90s pop vibes about drifting apart from a former partner, it follows on from his internet-hits, 'IDK You Yet', ‘I Hate You So Much’ and ‘Loving You Gets Hard’.

“'Caught in the Middle’ is about the uncomfortable familiarity I have with someone I was once in a relationship with,” he says. “It’s strange to know someone’s deepest, darkest secrets, but not be up to date on their daily setbacks and triumphs—to truly be in between ‘lovers’ and ‘strangers'."

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