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girl in red has shared a new pop hit, check out ‘i need to be alone.’

“It’s about having a sense of meaningless to your life," she says.
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Published: 1:29 pm, March 14, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
girl in red has shared a new pop hit, check out ‘i need to be alone.’

girl in red has released a new single, ‘i need to be alone.’.

“It’s about having a sense of meaningless to your life and feeling like you’re doing the same stuff over again,” she tells Dork. “It’s about being aware that you might want to break out of the habit of doing these pointless things. 

"I often find myself thinking when does life begin? I can’t wait until this happens then life can really start. I was waiting for that moment to come. It’s about me being frustrated.”

You can read more from girl in red in the April issue of Dork, out now.

She’ll be playing the UK this May as part of a European tour that kicks off on the 2nd in Berlin - catch her at London’s Heaven on the 8th.

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