Manchester’s Abbie Ozard announces new EP ‘Water Based Lullabies’ for July 1st via House Anxiety.
‘Pisces’ is a woozy anthem for the fanciful – a wobbly indie-pop put-down concerning zodiac culture-clash. Delivered with pastel insouciance by Abbie Ozard, it’s an apt emblem for the aquatic theme of the upcoming ‘Water Based Lullabies’ EP. The track showcases the lighter side of the EP’s sentiments – which overall touches on growth, family, and introspection.
Talking about the song, Abbie says:
“After releasing songs about yearning, loss and change I was set on creating a bad bitch anthem that girls, gays, theys and everyone inbetween could feel empowered by. Pisces is about recognising your own strengths, taking control of what you really want and setting your standards high. This song was so fun to write, me and James were in stitches when we were writing it but behind the humour there’s a deeper meaning to it all. Don’t settle for mediocrity, know your worth and surround yourself with people that make you feel amazing.”
Jack Saunders and Huw Stephens have consistently backed across BBC Radio 1, with Abbie McCarthy and Chris Hawkins offering spins at BBC 6 Music.
The ‘Water Based Lullabies’ EP is out July 1st via House Anxiety – preceded by ‘Pisces’, out now.