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Art School Girlfriend has dropped a new single ahead of her upcoming UK tour

"The song is quite transparently about lust and being out of control," she says.
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Published: 12:13 pm, March 12, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Art School Girlfriend has dropped a new single ahead of her upcoming UK tour

Art School Girlfriend has released her new single, ‘Come Back To Me’.

“The song is quite transparently about lust and being out of control of your own desire,” Polly Mackey explains. “It’s about wanting someone to come to you and how that yearning can be simultaneously enjoyable and torturous.”

The single, her first of 2019, arrives ahead of an upcoming UK tour which kicks off on 2nd April, and includes a night at the Omeara in London.

Polly also has some US dates planned with recent Dork cover star, The Japanese House. Catch the pair on the road from 29th April.

Check out ‘Come Back To Me’ below.

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