Bryde has dropped a brand new single in ‘Paper Cups’

It’s taken from forthcoming new album ‘The Volume Of Things’ - set for release on May 29th

Bryde has dropped a fresh new single in the form of ‘Paper Cups’

Taken from her upcoming new album ‘The Volume Of Things’, it comes complete with a 360-degree music video, that’s already had us spinning our heads in unison to capture it all. A ripping gem of a track, we reckon it’s perfect for this decent weather knocking about outside.

Speaking about the track, Bryde explains: “It’s about what brings us closer together. It’s about second guessing and the difference between what words mean and how we choose to hear them; and about how giving someone a glimpse of your true self is what cultivates connection. Because the fact that everything is perfect doesn’t mean it’s not falling apart”.

The song was “written at a time when it was far more socially acceptable to drink out of paper take away cups, it’s about spilling your guts out to someone over and over again… usually over coffee.”

‘The Volume Of Things’ is set for release on May 29th, with Bryde (currently) set to tour the UK this September

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