Our Girl – Relief –
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Our Girl – Relief

Our Girl – Relief

“Our Girl” returns with “Relief,” a poignant track that marks a new era for the band under Bella Union. The song serves as a love letter to the queer community, offering support and understanding during challenging times. Crafted during sessions at Rockfield studios with an impressive lineup including John Parish and Fern Ford, “Relief” showcases a matured sound that resonates with confidence and introspection.

Lyrically, Soph Nathan captures the essence of queer community support, emphasizing the transformative journey of unlearning societal norms and embracing one’s true self. The track combines robust instrumentation with a chorus of friends’ voices, amplifying its message of communal strength and personal pride.

“Relief” not only speaks to the band’s musical evolution but also resonates as a beacon of hope and celebration for those navigating their identities against adversity. It’s a testament to Our Girl’s commitment to authenticity and the power of music as a communal force.

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