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Biig Piig has released her new EP, ‘No Place For Patience’

The release follows on from her just-finished European tour.
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Published: 2:08 pm, November 01, 2019
Biig Piig has released her new EP, ‘No Place For Patience’

Biig Piig has released her new EP, ‘No Place For Patience’.

The five-track effort features her recent singles 'Roses & Gold' and 'Sunny', and follows on from her just-finished European tour, which saw her headline London's EartH.

She explains: “‘No Place For Patience, Vol. 3’ feels like the most honest with myself I’ve been through the EPs: it’s more of a self reflective project. Facing hard truths and taking all the good and bad from them. It feels to me like a resolve, less self pity more of facing that side of myself that I resent so much and trying to make peace with it so I can say adios to the part that gets me into sticky situation and runs away with trouble and argues with love because of disagreements. It’s like facing this phase and reflecting on events that have got me to this state and finally saying goodbye. Life is too short to fumble around being careless and wallow in the mistakes I fall into after. I’ve no place for patience in my heart anymore to be honest. We grown.”

Check out ‘No Place For Patience’ below.

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