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Lauran Hibberd has a turn of phrase that can be equal parts hilarious and devastating.

Cutting right to the bone, this Isle of Wight native matches cool-as-heck indie rock riffs with delicious melody, all wrapped around her fantastic word play.

There's a big summer ahead for the songwriter, starting with fantastic new single 'Hoochie'.

The title is seemingly a slang term for 'loose' women, but in her hands it becomes a hymn to sacking off toxic relationships.

An ultra-catchy song about abandoning negative friends, and realising your own empowerment, 'Hoochie' stamps its place on your imagination and refuses to be smudged away.

She comments...

‘Hoochie’ is a 90’s slang term for a bit of a ‘loose’ woman. It’s also the name of my new hamster. For me, this track is kind of that three-month period, after you’ve stopped hanging out with someone and you realise that actually they were kind of a tool, and that maybe you are alright.

I think there’s a confidence in this track lyrically that I’m yet to filter though to my actual life. I’m looking forward to that happening.

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