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Goat Girl – words fell out

Goat Girl – words fell out

Goat Girl’s latest single, “words fell out,” from their forthcoming album Below the Waste, is a poignant exploration of friendship and vulnerability. Written by lead vocalist and guitarist Lottie Pendlebury, the song addresses the challenges of supporting drummer Rosy Jones through addiction. Pendlebury’s lyrics, particularly the opening line “I only want the best for you,” capture the emotional turmoil and helplessness felt during this difficult time.

Musically, “words fell out” showcases Goat Girl’s ability to blend delicate melodies with deep emotional resonance. The track evolves beautifully, with buzzing synthesizers emerging towards the end, adding a layer of complexity to the sound. The trio—Pendlebury, Jones, and Holly Mullineaux—co-produced the album with John ‘Spud’ Murphy, known for his work with Lankum and black midi.

The recording process took place in various locations, including Ireland’s Hellfire Studios, known for its eerie atmosphere, and the band’s South London studio. Additional instruments, such as strings by Reuben Kyriakides and Nic Pendlebury and woodwinds by Alex McKenzie, were recorded at different venues, adding to the album’s rich sonic tapestry.

Below the Waste is Goat Girl’s third album, following On All Fours (2021) and their self-titled debut (2018). This record promises a deep dive into their unique sound and artistic growth, making “words fell out” a compelling teaser for what’s to come.

Listen to “words fell out” and immerse yourself in Goat Girl’s heartfelt narrative.

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