“Now do I have your motherfuckin’ attention…?”
Danish experimental pop artist, KIll J, has returned with her latest single, ‘You’re Good But I’m Better’, due for release on October 16th.
“It’s about the bitter cocktail made up of sexual frustration, feeling invisible, lovesickness and alcohol,” tells the artist, of the track that chronicles a crush that has become ‘stale and toxic’.
KIll J – the moniker of charismatic singer/songwriter and producer Julie Aagaard – catapulted into the spotlight with her debut offering, ‘Phoenix’, in autumn 2013, and has become one of Denmark’s most intriguing exports, with her striking aesthetic and eclectic sound morphing effortlessly between drone-like beats, Bollywood-inspired refrains and bubblegum sweetness.
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