“The initial demo of this song was called ‘Housey_4’ - as I had absolutely 100% intended to write some house music…!” She explains. “But during lockdown, Joe Mount from Metronomy set me a task to create a cover of a Buena Vista Social Club song for an episode of Metronomy TV. I was addicted to reggaeton beats at the time and just wanted to make the most reggaeton drum loops I could. The drum intro to ‘Thank You For Nothing’ is one of those reggaeton experiments”
“After months of being trapped inside my apartment, I wanted to write music that was as summery as it was uplifting,” she continues. “I needed an escape and with the world engulfed in panic and uncertainty I created a summer holiday in my head, sat on a beach with a litre of sangria!”
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