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Newly confident in her identity as a bisexual woman and an artist on an independent label, she’s releasing this EP into the world as a reintroduction to GIRLI. She’s grown a lot since she first emerged at 17, not least because of how she’s thrown herself into the online LGBTQ community, but also in her embrace of different sounds and styles, pushing the boundaries of what actually is ‘girly’, anyway. “This EP is me not being afraid to make new things. Before, I think I was always trapped by thinking, ‘Is this GIRLI enough?’ Well, what is girly? I’m kind of starting from scratch, and I don’t need to be boxed in.”