spill tab has dropped a new EP cut, Gus Dapperton collab ‘Velcro’

It really sticks with you (sorry).
Photo credit: Jade Sadler

spill tab has shared another track from her upcoming EP.

‘Velcro’ is a collaboration with her pal Gus Dapperton, and it follows on from previous singles ‘Grade A’ (feat. JAWNY), ‘Indecisive’ (feat. Tommy Genesis)’, ‘PISTOLWHIP’ and ‘Anybody Else’.

“It felt incredibly easy and natural working with Gus,” she explains, “it’s such a positive experience because you can tell he just really wants to service the song and support the other person in the room. He’s a very selfless collaborator, and I’m so proud and excited for this one.”

Of the full EP – ‘Bonnie’, out this Friday, 3rd December – she adds: “Pretty similarly to the last, this EP ties a little bow around the songs that I’ve worked on this full year. It’s so sick to look at the tracklist and see all the collaborations that made the project possible but also exciting for me, and to have gotten the chance to do sessions in Paris for the first time and to have also come out with a song marinelli and I made with Myd (‘en quatre’) is beyond cool. I named the EP ‘Bonnie’ after the space and home that I spent quarantine in, where I wrote most of the songs, and where I spent a lot of time and made memories with people I love.”

Check out ‘Velcro’ below.

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