This song is an unfaithful lover, champagne and purple lipstick, drinking just enough to give yourself an alibi but not enough to lose control of yourself, black cars and black cards, getting someone else to buy your drinks. This song is impatient, slow and steady and dangerous, meeting your girls' eyes across the bar and knowing that you're going in for the kill. This song is a text meant for someone else, a sharp slap across the face and the feeling of redemption as you replace your lover in minutes. Because you're that good.
Banks is a master of the electronic pop genre, creating sharp beats that go down smooth and warm the pit of your belly while you listen. The darkness to her music is familiar, safe, and exciting. Her layered vocals are bright and ready to be sung. The girl is a powerhouse, and this song showcases that with ease.
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About The Curator - Kara Bean
Kara Bean is a force to be reckoned with. Originally from Seattle, WA, Kara is an LA-based singer-songwriter, lyricist and music-junkie. Her deep connection to the written word and music of all kinds has inspired her to become a strong, emotional songwriter. When she's not working on her artist project, Kara is listening to and writing songs that feel like liquid gold. She believes there is great power in music, and hopes to continue putting music into the universe that inspires others.