Polly Money’s ‘Anything’ Wrestles With Self-Doubt

The 1975 tour member goes it alone...

UK songwriter Polly Money has shared new song ‘Anything’.

As aspiring songwriter and guitarist, the Cornwall-raised artist reacted to London in order to pursue her dreams. Working as a jobbing musician, she was drawn into the live set-ups of artists such as Let’s Eat Grandma, dodie, Laurel and Priya Ragu.

Perhaps her big break, though, was joining The 1975 on their world tour. Moving from tiny venues to actual arenas, Polly had to pinch herself when stage time at Madison Square Garden drew near.

When the band’s At Their Very Best tour drew to a close, Polly was able to decompress, and channel some of those feelings.

New solo song ‘Anything’ deals with these emotions, with the lyrics using the song as a space to unpack Imposter’s Syndrome.

She sings…

When it all comes down to it I’m just another / And I’m not even that good at it, I just got lucky / But they say that mm I deserve it  / But that ain’t the way that I feel about / I feel bout anything

A curious piece of bedroom pop, ‘Anything’ revels in intimacy – tune in now.

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