Dirty Hit’s newest shining star Gia Ford has just released her debut ‘Poster Boy’ tape and to celebrate she’s also shared new track ‘Girl’.
Spearheaded by her ethereal vocals, it’s a slow-burning sizzler, with pulsating 80s-esque beats and mesmerising pop tones.
“I wrote ‘Girl’ because I wanted to write a pop song,” the songwriter explains. “Something that was immediate - the process itself was fast - I didn’t feel like overanalysing that day, so when I think about the song now it has a really light hearted air to it. It was such a happy shoot, almost all female team and we all became friends. The video is really a reflection of that energy we had on set.”
'Poster Boy' Tracklisiting:
1. First Observed In London
3. Turbo Dreams
4. Change Interlude
5. A High Class Tragedy
6. Does A Thought Count If You Can’t Sell It
7. God, Cameras, Everyone
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