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Phoebe Bridgers’ label reveals jasmine.4.t as first UK signee – hear Boygenius-produced single ‘Skin On Skin’

Phoebe Bridgers’ record label has announced singer-songwriter jasmine.4.t as its first UK signee – listen to her single ‘Skin On Skin’, produced by Boygenius, here.Manchester-based Jasmine is Saddest Factory Records’ first signing from the UK, and the signing came about after a support slot with Bridgers’ Boygenius bandmate Lucy Dacus.She shared ‘Skin On Skin’ on social media earlier today (July 16), and said: “I can’t believe this is finally out in the world, it’s one that I wrote early in my transition about T4T [trans for trans] love and it’s a dream come true to have @julienrbaker’s solos on it, as well as her, @phoebebridgers and @lucydacus producing, and my trans comrades @_eobr, @vixens_diary and Bobby Gruska performing alongside me with @phoenix_rousiamanis on spiritual guidance!”Saddest Factory shared a post, too, writing, “Classic first day mistake, our new employee @Jasmine.4.t forgot her badge. Check out her new single, “Skin on Skin,” to soothe the burn of not being able to get into the building tomorrow morning!”A post shared by jasmine.4.t (@jasmine.4.t)A post shared by Saddest Factory Records (@saddestfactoryrecords)Jasmine began playing the guitar after her late uncle gave her his instrument, and she began playing in “silly skate punk bands” and releasing material on Breakfast Records, a label she co-founded with friends.She was going to release her new music on her own, too, but decided to submit demos to Saddest Factory Records after touring with Dacus.
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Phoebe Bridgers’ label reveals jasmine.4.t as first UK signee – hear Boygenius-produced single ‘Skin On Skin’
Phoebe Bridgers’ record label has announced singer-songwriter jasmine.4.t as its first UK signee – listen to her single ‘Skin On Skin’, produced by Boygenius, here.Manchester-based Jasmine is Saddest Factory Records’ first signing from the UK, and the signing came about after a support slot with Bridgers’ Boygenius bandmate Lucy Dacus.She shared ‘Skin On Skin’ on social media earlier today (July 16), and said: “I can’t believe this is finally out in the world, it’s one that I wrote early in my transition about T4T [trans for trans] love and it’s a dream come true to have @julienrbaker’s solos on it, as well as her, @phoebebridgers and @lucydacus producing, and my trans comrades @_eobr, @vixens_diary and Bobby Gruska performing alongside me with @phoenix_rousiamanis on spiritual guidance!”Saddest Factory shared a post, too, writing, “Classic first day mistake, our new employee @Jasmine.4.t forgot her badge. Check out her new single, “Skin on Skin,” to soothe the burn of not being able to get into the building tomorrow morning!”A post shared by jasmine.4.t (@jasmine.4.t)A post shared by Saddest Factory Records (@saddestfactoryrecords)Jasmine began playing the guitar after her late uncle gave her his instrument, and she began playing in “silly skate punk bands” and releasing material on Breakfast Records, a label she co-founded with friends.She was going to release her new music on her own, too, but decided to submit demos to Saddest Factory Records after touring with Dacus.
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Who is the ‘Lucy’ name-checked on Taylor Swift’s ‘Tortured Poet’s Department’
Taylor Swift has name-dropped a person called ‘Lucy’ in her latest album ‘The Tortured Poets Department’, and fans have begun speculating who it could be.The star’s 11th studio album arrived today (April 19) and earlier this morning Swift announced that it is, in fact, a double album and shared the remaining tracks.Since its release, fans have taken to social media to suggest that the record is about her six-year relationship with actor Joe Alwyn, as well as her brief romance with The 1975‘s frontman Matty Healy.However, it is during the second song of the album – the title track – that one line in particular has caught the attention of fans, as the pop icon goes on to refer to a person called ‘Lucy’.In the song, Swift criticises her partner’s “self-sabotaging” behaviour, and makes reference to him “coming undone” – a line which some fans are convinced is about Healy and his infamous string of controversies.In the track, Swift goes on to recall how the lover in question once told “Lucy” that he would take his own life if Swift left him.“Sometimes I wonder if you’re gonna screw this up with me, but you told Lucy you’d kill yourself if I ever leave,” she sings, also adding: “And I had said that to Jack about you so I felt seen, everyone we know understands why it’s meant to be, because we’re crazy.” In the latter, fans speculate that the reference to ‘Jack’ may be a nod to Jack Antonoff, who is Swift’s longtime collaborator and producer of the album.Ultimately, fans seem convinced that the ‘Lucy’ referenced in the title track is Lucy Dacus – a third of the Grammy-winning group boygenius and someone who has connections to both Swift and Healy.Dacus had a friendship with Healy for years, as did boygenius bandmate Phoebe
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