Girlpool – “Faultline”


Girlpool – “Faultline”

Girlpool are back with a new single, “Faultline,” the first material we’ve heard from them since last year’s one-off “Like I’m Winning It.” The duo’s most recent album was 2019’s What Chaos Is Imaginary, one of the best albums from that year.

“Faultline” is a Harmony Tividad-led joint, a shimmering music box filled with poignant lyrics about how to be less of an imposition. “Everyday it’s Friday night/ I hold my body like a butcher knife,” she sings in its opening lines. “Smiling for the camera eyes closed/ Doing anything you ask, I suppose.”

Tividad explains: “The Faultline represents everything you do as a means of escape that pushes you further into the very thing you’re escaping.” The track comes with a video co-directed by Girlpool and Julian Klincewicz.

Watch and listen below.

“Faultline” is out now via ANTI-.

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