"chaotic, uber-hyper and loads of fun" - Dazed
"Cyber-electronic-hyper-pop" - FACT
"the sound of brightly coloured, sugar-rushing rebellion" - NME
"uber-millennial melting pot of influences" - Noisey
"Hello Kitty goes to hell" - The Guardian
"The self-proclaimed samurai princess is taking no prisoners" - Mixmag
An artist unlike any other, GIRLI has been carving unique pink path for the past few months and today sees her unleash new single "It Was My Party", available to buy now and impacting on 19th August via PMR Records.
"It Was My Party" follows on from her recent releases "Too Much Fun" and "Girls Get Angry Too" and echoes GIRLI’s take-no-prisoners attitude, jam packed with teenage angst and reckless antics. Produced by Grades (Nao) the track sees GIRLI’s unique pop-rap flow across stripped back production lamenting about selfies, fake eyelashes, Lara Croft, nights out, Snapchat, imaginary mansions and chicken and chips.
GIRLI recently teamed up with longtime friend and hotly tipped singer Oscar to release a brand new version of Oscar’s single "Breaking My Phone". Providing guest vocals on the track GIRLI gives the track a new lease of life bringing her brash, take...
no prisoners attitude to the song – listen here.
From gatecrashing the BRITS live on-air to recently bringing her intense and energetic live set to Brighton’s iconic pier for Great Escape, GIRLI has kicked in the doors of 2016 with her trademark brand of "cyber-electronic-sugar dance pop". Recently collaborating with some of the music world’s most exciting producers such as Ragz Originale (Skepta’s ‘Shutdown’, Dej Loaf), Z Dot (Stormzy, JME), and Henrik the Artist (Ryan Hemsworth, Diplo), ‘It Was My Party’ is the latest release to showcase the outspoken artist’s "no fucks given" attitude. A live force to be reckoned with, London’s most outspoken artist brought her unpredictable & chaotic live set home for a very special and sold-out debut headline show at The Garage last month. GIRLI will also be bringing her live show on the road with Oscar as the main support for his autumn tour.