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- Courtney Barnett style. Man if Disney stars in LA hate 17, what hope do smalltown english kids have?!
- Drivers License replica:
“You’re callous for moving on” theme: + high-pitched backing vocals towards end to elevate like “Drivers License” With a little Billie-style harmony vocal at start to ground
- Drivers License
The first “perfect pop song” of the decade (a la Billie’s dad’s choices) Most perfect imperfection about it is the repeated last line which doesn’t resolve to root. FYI Not an ‘organic’ viral hit. Music career Disney + Interscope backed.
- 1 step forward, 3 steps back :
just tweaking idiom from 2 to 3 steps doesn’t make it not trite
- Deja vu:
She’s willing to lean into a indie rock sound - cool
- Good 4 u :
the high pitched backing vocal stab could have literally been pulled from Billie’s “when the party’s over”. She’s got a fun rap-rock Miley Cyrus vibe too
- enough for you :
this copped her the desired Parental Advisory sticker,
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