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Pixey ramps up the retro vibes with her new single, 'Free To Live In Colour'

It's her second on new label Chess Club.
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Published: 11:26 am, October 29, 2020
Pixey ramps up the retro vibes with her new single, 'Free To Live In Colour'

Pixey has shared her new single, 'Free To Live In Colour'.

It's her second drop on new label Chess Club following 'Just Move', with both written, recorded and produced in Pixey’s bedroom in Liverpool.

"‘Free To Live In Colour’ was written, recorded and produced in my bedroom at a time where I was struggling to understand and express my identity," she explains.

"I wrote the lyrics to sound like a fever dream, but it’s really about staying true to yourself and not being afraid to change, even though life can often feel like a rat race. There’s so many dimensions to what living in colour means, so you can interpret that in whatever way means something to you."

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