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February 2020
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Lauran Hibberd's back with a 'Bang Bang Bang'

The Dork fave and queen of slacker pop is kicking off her 2020 with a brand new single.
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Published: 1:41 pm, January 17, 2020 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Lauran Hibberd's back with a 'Bang Bang Bang'

Dork fave and queen of the slacker pop, Lauran Hibberd is kicking off her 2020 with a brand new single.

Called 'Bang Bang Bang', it's - quite literally - a birrvoa banger. Discussing the track, she explains: “‘Bang Bang Bang’ is my ode to the teenage girl. 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”.

Lauran - who played our Hype List 2020 London show last month - will hit the road next month for a run of live shows. You can catch her at any of the dates after the jump.

February
15 The Joiners, Southampton
16 The Louisiana, Bristol
18 The Bodega, Nottingham
19 The Deaf Institute, Manchester
20 Camden Assembly, London

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