Pure Noise Records’ signee, Lizzy Farrall, has released a new song and music video for “Barbados” today. Fans can stream the track now on Spotify or Apple Music .
On the new song, Farrall sings of unrequited love over a melody you can dance to. “She’s an artist who describes herself as "a little bruised", and it's exactly that radical vulnerability that translates into her music,”
She is performing dates in the US with Four Year Strong and Nathan Hardy (Microwave) and Elder Brother on an upcoming acoustic run.
Lizzy Farrall is based in Chester, England. More new music is to come this year.
Watch the music video for “Make Up Sex”, released late last year below:
UK born singer songwriter Lizzy Farrall has today premiered the video for brand new song 'Make Up Sex'
Speaking of the track, Lizzy says "When it came to writing ‘Make Up Sex’ I was feeling tired of how subtle I had been making my lyrics in previous songs. I’d always tried to keep them subtle so it didn't completely give up the story behind them. With ‘Make Up Sex’ that completely went out the window. The story behind these lyrics is about abusive and controlling relationships. It focuses on topics about feeling the lack of self-worth that a relationship like that can have on someone and also manipulative behaviour. I will admit it’s probably the darkest song I’ve written, but I feel very strongly about this topic and that it is not being spoken enough about."
Lizzy Farrall also wrote the creative for the striking music video, something of which she says she "wanted it to stand out by having the video to be slightly peculiar and eye catching." She took inspiration from Crime Dramas such as ‘Broadchurch’ and ‘Big Little Lies’, both show plot lines which are based around abusive and controlling relationships. She continues "I wanted the storyline in the video to almost carry out another story to the lyrics and enhance how unhealthy these relationships can be. I can’t thank Adam Webb enough for making my idea come life."