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Also dubbed Champion, it’s due to hit streets November 8th through Island Records. The second full-length in her catalog comes just a little over a year after her Church of Scars debut and follows sets at both Coachella and Lollapalooza.
For a third peek at the record, the 27-year-old Briggs is offering up “Jekyll & Hide”. The single was co-written with K. Flay and produced by Joel Little, known for his Grammy-winning work on Lorde’s smash hit “Royals”. Stream it below.
In a statement, Briggs talked about the fun word play used in the title and how it relates to her topsy-turvy dating life,
“I released a new song called JEKYLL & HIDE today. The title is spelt Hide not Hyde. GET IT!??!!!!! Word play gets me way too hype. I wrote this one with K. Flay and it was produced by Joel Little. In the chorus, we wrote ‘are you Jekyll & Hyde-ing me?’ as a way to describe the chaotic feeling of dating someone who has two very different sides. I hope you like it. And if you don’t, please don’t tell me. I’m far too sensitive to hear that.”
01. I Still Love You
02. Can You Hear Me Now?
04. Tattooed on My Heart
05. Someone Else
06. Jekyll & Hide
09. My Shine
10. I Tried (Demo)
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