Girl Scout share their debut single ‘Do You Remember Sally Moore’ – listen

The single was inspired by shows like Sex Education and Stranger things.

Swedish newcomers Girl Scout have shared their debut single ‘Do You Remember Sally Moore?’ today (21st September).

Speaking about the single, the band explained: “‘Do You Remember Sally Moore?’ was written as a homage to the absolute knockdown experience of going through high school. The original idea and overall story was created with visual inspiration from TV shows like Sex Education and Stranger Things, influenced by their portrayal of friendship, humour, and overwhelming emotions. Part of the story was co-written with old school friend Tobias Ekelund, and our shared experiences and friendship helped fuel the storytelling and emotional connection to the song. We used to fall in love with older, cooler girls, and we’d spend our lunch breaks in the school canteen dreaming about building up the courage to talk to them. Of course in the end we never did, and they had absolutely no idea who we were… so ‘Sally’ might be a representation of that hopeless yet wonderful one-way street kind of love.”

On UK shores, they recently supported Holly Humberstone at her recent sold out shows in Manchester and London.

You can check out the track here:

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