Frances Forever has announced an EP with tense new dark-pop single, ‘paranoia party’

The EP's coming in July.

Boston singer-songwriter-popster Frances Forever has announced a new EP.

‘paranoia party’ is out on 9th July via Mom + Pop, preceded by the eerie title-track. It also features recent drop ‘Space Girl’.

“I wrote the song after actually going to a party and realizing I didn’t know anyone there, and I just didn’t feel like myself,” Frances says. “It was just like strangers all around me. That’s why [I wrote] the line ‘my minds going 50, my body’s going heavy’ – feeling like I can’t move and my mind’s racing, just a sense of anxiety surrounding that. Then you’re in a room surrounded by strangers and all the weird unfamiliar smells and disassociating a lot. This EP is all about feeling alone in a crowded room. I’m hoping that listening to these songs will help you realize that everyone in that crowd feels the same way. Let’s share our troubles, softie sophomores.”

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