Preston singer Pip Hall has shared new single ‘Ill At Ease’.
An introspective take on teenage troubles, it translates them into a lightly synth-dappled, harmony-laden treat that belies her years.
“I wrote it during the summer when I spent a lot of time by myself just thinking and overthinking, and it’s about not being comfortable in my own skin and being a very self conscious teenager,” says Pip of the track. “I’ve always felt like my body and my mind isn’t mine and that I got given the wrong ones. It’s also about trying to break from that mentality and become comfortable in my own skin”
A world away from the cliches of petulant adolescence, it marks Pip out as an old soul with the kind of subtly heady melodies that’ll give Maggie Rodgers a run for her money.