Ferocious, feisty, and fantastically fun, slacker-pop princess Lauran Hibberd is back with a new single to tease the release of her upcoming EP ‘Goober’.
The rising talent that can be likened to Phoebe Green and Abbie Ozard is amongst fierce competition but is steadily making a name for herself. On a seemingly unstoppable upwards trajectory, Hibberd is set to become a fan-favorite and common name on many-a festival line-ups.
‘Bleugh’ is Hibberd’s latest feat, ambitious and utterly satisfying, the pop cut acts as an outlet for frustrations through explosive vocals and attitude-filled spoken word.
Speaking on the new release, Hibberd states “‘Bleugh’ is the only sound that sums up my adult reaction to my pre-naive self. It’s about always being attracted to people who’ve nothing going on, nothing to offer you, yet it’s that hamster wheel you can’t quite jump off. You’ll probably find these people in bands called something like ‘broken cyclists’ or better yet in moody solo projects called something pretentious like ‘bora boring’. It’s my favourite track of mine, and I’ve been sitting on and incubating this girl for a while. It feels really good shouting ‘Bleugh’ btw, I recommend you try it out”.
Boppy and brilliant, the therapeutic, the cut is her most wild yet and makes us even more excited to hear ‘Goober’.
Listen to ‘Bleugh’ here: