Manchester’s Phoebe Green is sharing her brand new track ‘Make It Easy’.
“‘Make It Easy’ was such an exciting song to write, as it totally changed the direction of the album,” Phoebe said. “I’d been wanting to progress from the guitar-heavy indie sound that felt so comfortable and familiar to me, and push myself to make darker electronic pop music that was more influenced by what I actually listen to currently. My amazing mate Dave McCracken understood my intentions immediately, and helped bring the song to life with his extensive knowledge and talent - he’s a genius.
“The lyrics themselves express the age old dilemma of letting myself get in the way of myself, wanting to be with someone but not wanting to make the first move, it’s possibly the most lighthearted song I’ve ever written and I love it.”
Check it out below!
See Phoebe Green live at the following dates:
23 | Cathedral, Manchester*
24 | Kentish Town Forum, London*
25 | Octagon, Sheffield*
05 | O2 Academy, Liverpool+
07 | Waterfront, Norwich+
08 | Academy, Manchester+
09 | O2 Academy, Birmingham+
13 | The Roundhouse, London+
19 | Patterns, Brighton^
20 | The Deaf Institute, Manchester^
21 | Brudenell Social Club, Leeds^
23 | King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow^
24 | DIY Alive Festival, London
27 | Electric Ballroom, London^
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