Debby Friday’s ‘Hot Love’ Feels Like A Real Statement

Neo-industrial electro-pop with sleazy charm...

Debby Friday has shared her new song ‘Hot Love’.

A creative figure who revels in defiance, incoming album ‘GOOD LUCK’ – her first full length statement – revels in disobedience. Out on March 24th via Sub Pop, there’s also a short film in the works, building on her creative universe.

New song ‘Hot Love’ is stripped from the LP, and it pushes the electro-pop template to breaking point. Blessed with neo-industrial levels of heaviness, the production is matched against a searing vocal from the central figure.

Debby Friday uses the swirling sonics that beset ‘Hot Love’ to discuss “the karma of relationships”, as she puts it. “You meet someone, and you idealise them, you project onto them, and they do the same to you, and it’s all fun and games until it isn’t. This way of loving is so intoxicating and combustible and so hot it burns you right up.”

Out now, you can catch Debby Friday on a short UK run this Spring, including a night at London’s Corsica Studios on May 12th.

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Chinelo Yasin

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