Having been recommended to us by LGBTQIA+ electro-pop duo CRISP&CLASSY earlier this year, London based Baltic songwriter and producer Arnie Wrong has now announced the release of her upcoming second EP, Strange Love, and shared a brand new single.
Taken from the EP, ‘Not My Job’ offers a sweeping, ethereal soundscape, with poignant lyricism reflecting on a toxic relationship. As twinkling hooks flow alongside driving glitchy beats and Arnie’s luscious, crystalline vocals, a shimmering, heartfelt slice of electro-pop is created. With shades of the empowering, effervescent allure of La Roux, ‘Not My Job’ builds with a sparkling energy and swirling musicality, resulting in a truly euphoric sonic delight; a glistening ode to self love and moving on. Of the track, Arnie explains:
“It’s about realising, from a perspective of time, that a relationship was toxic and one sided… It’s about realising it’s not your responsibility to stand by people who refuse to get their shit together, and moving swiftly on. It’s about unsubscribing from an old mindset of self-abandonment in relationships… realising that it was harmful and graduating to a higher level of self-love and self-interest.”
Listen to ‘Not My Job’, for the first time, here:
‘Not My Job’ is out tomorrow, 9th July via Bad Life.