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Lauran Hibberd has released a new video for her darkly fun track 'Frankie's Girlfriend’

It's a cut from her upcoming debut EP.
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Published: 2:12 pm, August 21, 2019
Lauran Hibberd has released a new video for her darkly fun track 'Frankie's Girlfriend’

Lauran Hibberd has released a new video for her darkly fun track 'Frankie's Girlfriend’.

Taken from her upcoming debut EP 'Everything is Dogs’, out 20th September, it’s a track about an unfortunate true story…

“Frankie’s Girlfriend is exactly why it can suck to be a nice person,” she explains. “This track is a story, based on true events and exaggerated for selling millions of (aka 600) records.

“It’s honestly about a pal of mine Frankie, I had a dream about him, like a weird one. And it spiraled. His chick at the time was a nightmare, I was lucky enough to witness that first hand.

“For me, it’s my darkest track yet. But not dark scary, dark as in three-week holiday to Mexico.”

Check out 'Frankie's Girlfriend’ below, and catch Lauran on tour this October.

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