Unflirt has shared new single ‘Stains’.
The West London riser recently shared her debut EP ‘Bitter Sweet’ in full, an iridescent blend of indie pop and personal revelation. Speaking to her audience in a language they can understand, the songwriter’s breathless honesty helps her stand out from the pack.
New single ‘Stains’ continues this commitment to truth. Penned by Unflirt, she shares production duties with Mack Jamieson – Clavish, Mahalia – and it’s a slinky indie pop number, one whose coy use of melody is accompanied by a lyric about personal growth.
‘Stains’ finds the songwriter realising that she’s been self-sabotaging, with Unflirt then trying to use music as a way to breakout of these modes of behaviour.
“I wrote ‘stains’ about the realisation that I was self-sabotaging myself, and that these destructive patterns that I had been keeping were essentially the reason I kept getting upset! These patterns almost feel addictive, so I guess the song is about me coming to this realisation and figuring it all out. It’s also about how these patterns affect the people in my relationships, and trying hard to not make things worse!”
Tune in now.
Catch Unflirt at London festival All Points East on August 28th.
Photo Credit: Noah Griffin