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Fenne Lily has dropped a brand new track, 'Hypochondriac'

It's her first for new label Dead Oceans.
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Published: 9:51 am, March 13, 2020
Fenne Lily has dropped a brand new track, 'Hypochondriac'

Fenne Lily has announced she's signed to Dead Oceans, and has released a brand new single.

Titled 'Hypochondriac', it's her first release via her new home, which also releases acts including Phoebe Bridgers and Mitski.

“The song’s theme was realised immediately," Fenne explains. "Pressure to feel enough but not too much in a time of hyper connectivity, plus a personal reminder to be accountable for and have agency over the part of me that gravitates towards meltdown. It’s the first in a collection of tracks addressing myself as both the cause of and solution to my anxieties, as well as a shift in attention from predominantly relationship-based writing to a more self-reflective dialogue.”

It all follows up on Fenne's 2018 album 'On Hold'. You can check out 'Hypochondriac' below.

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