Annie Taylor’s newest single and video ‘Schoolgirl’ is out now via Taxi Gauche Records and is taken from their forthcoming album Inner Smile. The band have recently recorded their eagerly-anticipated second album in Bristol, UK, with uber-producer Ali Chant (Yard Act, Katy J. Pearson, Aldous Harding, Sorry).
The band signature sound is evermore present in their newest single ‘Schoolgirl’, a mixture of contemporary indie rock similar to that of Wolf Alice, combined with 90s girl band rock, making it a track that would be at home on an angsty teen movie soundtrack. Undeniably catchy, the punchy guitar driven single is made up of snappy riffs, tight snares and lead singer Gini Jungi’s pristine vocals, capturing the excitement and uncertainty of falling in love in a fresh and honest way. Especially when you’re not sure what you’re about to get yourself into. It can make you feel bold and shy, excited and nervous but still, it’s a feeling that fills you up with energy and hedonism.
“’Schoolgirl’ is a reflection on the early stages of a relationship where everything is new and exciting, but it can also make one feel extremely confused and nervous. The lyrics capture the feeling of being young and in love, not knowing where it will all lead, but being excited to find out,” Jungi explained.