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Check out two new Carly Rae Jepsen tracks, 'Now That I Found You' and 'No Drug Like Me'

They're the latest new material to arrive as we await the much anticipated follow up to Jeppo's Really Very Good last full-length, 2015's 'E•MO•TION'.
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Published: 11:30 am, February 28, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Check out two new Carly Rae Jepsen tracks, 'Now That I Found You' and 'No Drug Like Me'

Carly Rae Jepsen has dropped two brand new tracks.

Following up on last year's 'Party For One', they're the latest new material to arrive as we await the much anticipated follow up to Jeppo's Really Very Good last full-length, 2015's 'E•MO•TION'.

Of the fresh cuts, 'Now That I Found You' is 'the banger', while 'No Drug Like Me' is the less rowdy, but equally fab sibling. In a press release, CRJ explains:

“Now That I Found You” is about the high you get when a new love starts to change your life. It’s like the rush, rush, rush is better than any drug. Which leads me to “No Drug Like Me” which is a promise I made to love in general. That when the good stuff lands my way I’ll always try to be vulnerable and brave and show all of myself – – “If you make me feel in love then I’ll blossom for you.”

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