Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
You’re trying to move on. You really are. You delete all the photos, you unfollow them on social media, but somehow those memories keep creeping back up. And before you know it, you’re right back in the thick of it.
That’s the scenario Scottish-London-based artist Kirsty Grant explores in her new single, Hate That I Hate You. The lyrics are very personal, but she hides them behind an upbeat and catchy pop beat. This contrast makes the song so interesting.
Kirsty sings with conviction. She varies her pitch quite a bit, which gives her vocals more texture and depth. We simply cannot believe how polished they are.
Hate That I Hate You is destined to be on your list of favorite songs. So go check it out!