Ellie Goulding and Lauv staff as much as inform the story of a relationship on the rocks in new tune “Gradual Grenade.” The observe seems on Goulding’s upcoming fourth album, Brightest Blue, which arrives on July 17th by way of Interscope.
The pair describe the issue of shifting on from an unhealthy relationship. “Gradual grenade is blowing up my errors,” Goulding sings on the refrain. “So why don’t I, why don’t I cease it?/Nonetheless bought time for me to cease it/It’s like a part of me should need it.”
In the meantime in Lauv’s verse, the pair sing collectively, exploring the the explanation why the connection lingers. “However maintain on, why can we nonetheless maintain on?,” they sing. “Suppose that we must always transfer on/However we’re too petrified of being alone.”
The observe seems on the “EG.O” facet of the double-sided album and “completes the EG.O facet of my new document,” Goulding wrote on Twitter. “Thanks for permitting me to make use of my voice in these moments and produce out the fearlessness in my music.”
Along with Lauv, the 18-song set options collaborations with serpentwithfeet, blackbear (“Worry About Me“), Diplo, Swae Lee and the late Juice WRLD (“Hate Me“). In Might, she dropped her self-shot video for “Power.”
Gradual Grenade is out now and completes the EG.zero facet of my new document. Thanks for permitting me to make use of my voice in these moments and produce out the fearlessness in my music. Excited to work with @lauvsongs on this one https://t.co/QwFs3ktlX3 #BrightestBlue July 17 💙x pic.twitter.com/1qfm8eT9PC
— Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) June 30, 2020
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