pinkpirate shares a slick new track ‘Undone’. Listen HERE.

Fusing classic garage style drum beats with gentle guitars and catchy vocal melodies, ‘Undone’ sees pinkpirate put a modern flavour into nostalgic sounds whilst lyrically conveying the timeless intricacies of problematic relationships.

Speaking about the release, pinkpirate says: “‘Undone’ was inspired by the sounds of the early 00s. I really liked the idea of mixing sounds like an acoustic guitar with a big electronic drum sound.

“Lyrically, the song is about seeing friends being treated sub-par by their partner, knowing that you could easily treat them better in that situation without thinking twice about it. The main theme comes in the chorus, where the lyrics talk about being willing to mentally come ‘undone’ – open up and tell them everything – if they took a step back to listen to you and realise how they were being treated.”

‘Undone’ premiered on BBC Radio 1’s Future Pop Show upon release, marking pinkpirate’s second premiere on the coveted show this year after the previous single ‘Can’t Change My Mind’.

Both new releases form part of the next chapter for pinkpirate, offering the first glimpses of the next EP due for release this summer.

pinkpirate, aka 21-year-old Bognor Regis artist and producer Caitlin Brown, continues to build momentum off the back of a successful 2023. Having performed the first live show for DIY as part of a Class of 2023 series, as well as gaining key festival slots at Dot to Dot Festival, The Great Escape and MOMO (NL).

In 2022 the EP ‘i don’t want to grow up boring’ saw pinkpirate make the first bold steps in the world of music, arriving after debuting the EP ‘Nowhere’. ‘

Now, with a third EP on the horizon, the rising artist is poised to have their biggest year yet in 2024.

‘Undone’ is out now via all major streaming platforms.

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