American singer and songwriter King Princess has released three songs that will be included in her first EP titled Make My Bed.
Make My Bed includes 5 songs, three new ones and her hits “1950” and “Talia“. The three new songs are “Make My Bed“, “Upper West Side” and “Holy” and were written by Nick Long, King Princess and Daniel Gidlund.
“Make My Bed” is the introduction of the project and it’s a slow pop ballad, with a short music video directed by Mikey Alfred and Clare Gillen. “Upper West Side” is an alternative indie pop song that is about a heartbreaker girl that doesn’t mind the actions that she does. “Holy” is a slow indie pop that talks about taking the responsibilities that your partner can not assume with medieval references.
In case you missed it, she signed with Mark Ronson‘s record label, Zelig Records, releasing her debut single “1950” – an ode to her girlfriend, supporting the LGBTQ community.
On her debut track, she said: “Queer love was only able to exist privately for a long time, expressed in society through coded art forms. I wrote this song as a story of unrequited love in my own life, doing my best to acknowledge and pay homage to that part of history.”
Listen to the songs below: