Wallice has released a new single and video, ’90s American Superstar’.
It’s the latest taster from her upcoming second EP of the same name, which is set for release on 6th May via Dirty Hit accompanied by her first London headline show, on 17th May at The Lexington. She’ll also play The Great Escape in Brighton.
Wallice says of the track: “‘90s American Superstar’ is about a fictional relationship in which my partner is showing very LA ‘dating a musician’ type behaviour. It’s kind of a part two to the saga from a track on my last EP called ‘Hey Michael’. The chorus makes it sort of a breakup song, and the verses make it a diss track. The first verse has six 90s movie references, and looks inwards at a breakup and what I did wrong. The second verse is blaming the other person – so it’s kind of a rollercoaster of emotions. The chorus is very lighthearted, and I think the tone of the “la la la’s” is important in showing a devil-may-care attitude – not knowing what to feel or do and just going with it.”
Check out ’90s American Superstar’ below.