dodie is in confessional form with her new track, ‘I Kissed Someone (It Wasn’t You)

It’s the latest track to be lifted from her forthcoming debut album ‘Build A Problem’.
Photo credit: Parri Thomas.

dodie has shared a brand new single.

Titled ‘I Kissed Someone (It Wasn’t You)’, it’s the latest track to be lifted from her forthcoming debut album ‘Build A Problem’, which is now due to drop on 7th May via her own label, doddleoddle.

“‘I Kissed Someone (It Wasn’t You)’ is set in the aftermath of a newly-single person’s messy night out,” explains dodie. “It’s the feeling of trying to patch over a broken, lonely heart by indulging in a revenge fantasy of promiscuity – sadly only resulting in feeling lost, lonelier and shameful. I wrote the song to take place in a drunken, dark mindset – teetering on the edge of sinking deep into the bad thoughts that alcohol can amplify, before snapping back in the verses to a slightly more grounded, but still sad, place.”

So there we go. Perfect pick me up for a Friday morning, eh, Dear Reader?

You can check out ‘I Kissed Someone (It Wasn’t You)’ below.

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