UK pop music star on the rise Call Me Loop returns with a brand new powerful single ‘Year of the Ex’
The new single is 3 minutes of pure, unabashed pop at its best and the song’s lyrics don’t take much decoding. It’s an empowering anthem for anyone who is struggling to navigate their way through the complexities of a relationship and is set to ignite pop fans worldwide. South London’s Call Me Loop, aka Georgia Buchanan, has a natural ability for birthing killer hooks and penning unfiltered and relatable lyrics.
Call Me Loop shared, “I wrote Year Of The Ex at the end of 2020, a year which highlighted a bit of a bad habit of mine where I tend to go backward in love; to the comfort of familiarity, rather than taking the riskier move of leaping forward into the unknown. It’s an upbeat anthemic song but the lyrical content is actually kinda sad. It’s a habit I need to break. Get a little bit braver in love. There you go, maybe that’s my next single title.”
Call Me Loop music evokes all the best qualities of a popstar: a commanding, vibrant presence combined with an effortlessly cool charm that is set to dominate the year ahead.
Following recent success with releases that include the tantalisingly nostalgic ‘Rosé’, the viral smash ‘Self Love’ and the pop-perfect ‘Strike’.
Her single “Rosé” showcases a new side to Call Me Loop, combining relatable lyrics and unforgettable melodies with a slower groove and breathier vocals than we’ve seen before. ‘Rosé’ is a nostalgically sexy pop gem that’s guaranteed to make you yearn for summer’s past and future.