Maisie Peters is a singer-songwriter from West Sussex, England. Not too long ago, she released a music video for her “Sad Girl Summer” single.
Maisie Peters – “Sad Girl Summer” music video
“One of us was married to an ex-marine with a blonde down the block. He said commitment’s scary, then he left her alone with a house and a dog. So, she ran to daddy and he said that man’s a loser. Call your friends up, and we pulled a chair up. Pass your phone to the right, text an ex-love goodbye. It’s another sad girl summer, flowers on the side of the road.” – lyrics
‘Sad Girl Summer’ finds Maisie Peters encouraging listeners to avoid being unhappy this summer by enjoying life and experiencing what it has to offer. Apparently, those who were done wrong by an ex, she wants them to texts their exes goodbye, lose their numbers, and forget they ever existed.
‘Sad Girl Summer’ contains a relatable narrative, pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses rhythmic instrumentation scented with a lite tropical-pop aroma. Furthermore, “Sad Girl Summer” serves as a fantastic presentation to what listeners can expect to hear from Maisie Peters in the near future as she continues her rise to fame.
“‘Sad Girl Summer’ was written at the beginning of last summer, which ironically went on to be one of the best summers of my life. The song is all about letting go of both things and people who aren’t worth your precious time and energy. Instead, ‘Sad Girl Summer’ celebrates the people in your life who are deserving of that commitment.” – Maisie Peters
At the age of 18, Maisie Peters has already spent years beguiling millions of followers with her breezy, folkish guitar pop. She’s not one to make swirling, dense folk music. Instead, she finds a pleasant middle ground: something that feels and sounds organic, but with the lyrics and melodic movements of a conventional, chart-topping pop star.
“Sad Girl Summer” single
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