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Gia Woods' new single, Hello, is created from the most heartbreaking emotions of her inner self. A frenetic beat hints at a rollercoaster of sensations, taking listeners through the chaotic feelings immediately following a breakup. “One moment you think you’re on top of the world and the next moment you get knocked off and humbled very quickly,” the singer says of her new release, which captures the initial feelings she felt at the beginning of her breakup, a mixture of sad and angry.

Having released hit singles like Only a Girl and Next Girlfriend, Gia Woods, who has become an emerging voice in the LGBTQI+ community, now announces Heartbreak County, Vol.2 EP. A work with which the queer Persian pop artist, who grew up a loner, picking up guitar and violin on her own and listening to everything from Green Day and Björk to Radiohead and Madonna, continues to consolidate her sound and connect with her listeners through a unique sincerity and a stimulating sound that leaves no one indifferent.

The upcoming EP was created with the help of The Orphanage (Kehlani, Bebe Rexha, Carly Rae Jepsen), Gold Glove and Bham, and includes forthcoming Pride month single Lesbionic. We now can enjoy her newly released song, Hello. A little over two minute single that slides through all sorts of emotions, opening up to her audience, turning from defiance to self-introspection as she earnestly sings, “how could I love you when I couldn't love me first?” Because this new release is a perfect synthesis of life itself, with its ups and downs and its unexpected surprises and experiences.

David Alarcón
Julian Buchan

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