Track Of The Day: DIDI – ‘Fickle Friends’

Following GIHE favourites ‘Sorry’ and last single ‘Fast And Furious’ – and having received acclaim from the likes of BBC Radio 6 Music’s Chris Hawkins and Tom Robinson as well as an NMG award for breakthrough artist – songwriter and producer Lauren Deakin Davies – aka DIDI – is back with another utterly infectious offering.

Oozing her trademark vibrant, colourful energy alongside buzzing hooks ‘Fickle Friends’ is another slice of uptempo, sparkling pop-punk from the young artist. Propelled by DIDI’s raw, impassioned vocals and an impressive musicality, it’s an instantly catchy raging anthem, that will energise and motivate on first listen.

Of the track, DIDI explains:

wrote this song a little while ago and it was originally written on ukulele of all things. It’s very interesting to see the transition in my mental state between when I wrote this and now. I was feeling quite bitter at the time – I was very hurt and I still feel quite strongly about this song and the situation so it made sense to release it as a single. Perhaps other people will relate to the raw emotion.


‘Fickle Friends’ is out now, and DIDI will be releasing her debut EP on 1st November.

Mari Lane




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