G Flip makes it two for two with second single, Killing My Time

G Flip makes it two for two with second single, Killing My Time

The astronomical rise of Australia's next big thing isn't going to ease up any time soon.

Earlier this year, the music world was swept up and put in a spin by Australian newcomer G Flip. After years of dedicated hard work, her dream rise came to fruition with the release of About You, a debut single which saw her picked by Future Classic (for a management deal), triple j, Pitchfork, BBC, Rolling Stone, The LA Times and basically everywhere in Australia within a matter of days. She killed it at SXSW and then killed it at a run of sold-out east coast dates a little later, and yeah – she's basically the next big thing in the entire music world, let alone Australia's.

Killing My Time proves that she's more than just a one-hit machine, with the drummer-turned-singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/industry dominator piecing together one of the best pop songs of the year which you can already tell will be a smash hit. It's light and summery, with Georgia's vocals brightly beaming above a shimmering production packed full of intricate percussion, teases of bass and this light-hearted synth work that you'll fall in love with instantly.

“The story behind ‘Killing My Time’ revolves around a girl who kept distracting me from making music,” says G Flip on the single, which arrives ahead of dates in the UK and a slot at Splendour In The Grass over the next few months. “It was hard to escape and be productive so I inevitably ended up breaking up with her because I wanted to focus.” Check it out below:

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