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Maisie Peters has returned with the instant pop of new track ‘Sad Girl Summer’

It comes complete with a music video featuring Maisie and friends doing all sorts (including eating cake, noodles and face masks)
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Published: 6:00 pm, July 01, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Maisie Peters has returned with the instant pop of new track ‘Sad Girl Summer’

Maisie Peters has returned with an instant pop mover with new track ‘Sad Girl Summer’

Perfect for summertime goodbyes (those ones where you really need to get rid of someone…), Maisie explains: "I wrote Sad Girl Summer at the beginning of summer 2019, which ironically went on to be one of the best summers of my life! The song is all about letting go of things and people that aren’t worth your precious time and energy, and celebrating the people in your life that are.”

After appearing at our ‘ol Homeschool Festival back in May, Maisie has been keeping busy with a range of ‘Bed Covers’ (one of which drew the attention of one Taylor Swift y’know), launching her own virtual book club and much more! Not bad eh?!

Check out ‘Sad Girl Summer’ below:

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