There’s a new Carly Rae Jepsen song about, and it’s called ‘Cut To The Feeling’

The track featured in French/Canadian film ‘Ballerina’ - released towards the end of last year
Cary Rae Jepsen has us wrapped round her finger, with new track ‘Cut To The Feeling’ immediately triggering fevered-screaming and joy over at our end (as you can imagine).

The track, which featured on French/Canadian film ‘Ballerina’ (where Carly also voiced an animated character) was originally due to feature on Carly’s ‘EMOTION’ B-Side collection, before finding its new home. Packed with the dazzling electric-pop core that’s made Carly a pop supremo like no other, it’s a pointed sign that even the supposed off-cuts of Carly’s momentous pop dreams make most pop songs feel like a dropped bag of litter.

After collaborating last year with PC Music’s Danny L Harle, we’re just going to sit over here and pray a new album is closer than we all think. Like, if it was to land tomorrow we simply wouldn’t know what to do ourelves it’d be that good.

In the meantime, check out ‘Cut To The Feeling’ (cut from the film itself – see that irony there) below,

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