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Lauran Hibberd has released a new video for 'Bang Bang Bang': "My dream of being a TV star finally came true"

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Published: 11:39 am, February 13, 2020
Lauran Hibberd has released a new video for 'Bang Bang Bang': "My dream of being a TV star finally came true"

Lauran Hibberd has released a new video for 'Bang Bang Bang'.

“‘Bang Bang Bang’ is my ode to the teenage girl," she explains. "It’s built for the prom scene in 10 Things I Hate About You. It’s the cycle of going back to the same person even when you know you shouldn’t and I guess the fallout of all of that”.

Of the accompanying clip, she adds: “Filmed in a garage on the Isle Of Wight, my dream of being a TV star finally came true. This concept kinda came from my wondering of what a world full of Lauran Hibberds would look like, turns out it’s pretty funny.

The video arrives ahead of her upcoming tour, which kicks off on 15th February in Southampton, and winds up at Camden Assembly in London.

Check out 'Bang Bang Bang' below.

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