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Fast-rising Dublin singer-songwriter-producer Orla Gartlandtoday releases her candid new single “More Like You,” a confessional account of reckoning with emotions of insecurity and inferiority, whenever it is like being yourself is not sufficient. “I heard it from a lady on the web, she told me personally to eat well and attempt to love myself then maybe we won’t want that I became another person,” she sings. Following launch of lead single” that is“Pretending this past year, “More Like You” is another style of Orla’s eagerly-anticipated, as-yet-untitled forthcoming first record, due for launch this season.

About “More As You,” Orla explains:

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“Everyone compares themselves to many other people right? If you don’t let me know your secret. ‘More as you’ was created from the petty buddy envy We have for my best friend’s other best friend. She’s somebody who we only have you ever heard nutrients about, someone i needed to hate until I came across her and – of course – i did son’t. I enjoyed her.

Whenever you don’t have much use of someone it is simple to hook them up to a pedestal and forget they have their very own layered and complex life, you merely see excellence. We became obsessed. I needed to sing like her, I needed to dress like her, I needed to swap figures along with her Freaky-Friday design. Therefore ‘More Like You’ is another track about identification, about yearning to change life with someone who makes it all look simple.”

Written with Tommy King (musical manager and collaborator to HAIM, Vampire Weekend), the track came together first in the piano and was completed over lockdown. “My favorite sound when you look at the track could be the pulse you hear into the verse that is first. I did son’t wish this track to feel sad but alternatively interested, and so I liked the thought of the track beginning maybe not with electric guitar or piano but an audio that has been less recognisable, comprised of levels and levels of other sounds,” Orla adds

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