NEWS: girlhouse shares new alt-pop single 'paul blart mall cop'
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NEWS: girlhouse shares new alt-pop single ‘paul blart mall cop’

After releasing two EPs in the last eighteen months, ‘the girlhouse ep’ and ‘the second ep’, bedroom-pop artist girlhouse (aka Lauren Luiz) has released a new lo-fi, alt-pop single ‘paul blart mall cop

Between her first two EPs, Luiz found herself branching out from the smooth and breezy dream-pop of her earlier records in pursuit of a more uplifting and euphoric sound. Inspired heavily by the works of fellow female singer-songwriters such as Phoebe Bridgers, Soccer Mommy, and Lucy Dacus, Luiz has used girlhouse to channel her personal struggles with depression, this new offering is an intimate return that demonstrates an evolution of musical awareness.

Speaking about the new track, she said, “The story is of me facing the ultimate dilemma as a person that has dealt with depression for a majority of their life, not wanting to live but not wanting to die.

Watch the video below to listen to the new track or listen on Soundcloud.

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