What’s this? Fresh pop from Sweden. YARLIE serves it succinctly on ‘Go To Hell’.
What’s it like? It’s Y2K bubblegum pop revisited through the lens of today’s more world-weary youth. It hits. But it hits different. And it’s a welcome new perspective on the genre.
What does YARLIE say? “This is a song for all of us who has ever stayed even though we knew we should have left. It’s for giving too many last chances, listening to your aroused heart instead of your brain and it’s for all the times you should have told him to go to hell.”
Written by? Albin Larsson, Fabian Strandberg and Hanna Lindgren.
More from YARLIE? This is her first new music since last year’s debut EP – ‘Stupid With A Sore Heart‘.
You can find ‘Go To Hell’ on our Best New Pop playlist.