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Harlea’s “You Don’t Get It” Is Your Sweet Middle Finger Song To Oppression

You just do what you do.

Photo: Courtesy of Propeller Communications

Photo: Courtesy of Propeller Communications

British songstress, Harlea, shared her new second single “You Don’t Get It” – a garage pop peppered with grunge’s zeal that radiates modern feminist badassery. There is a seasoned edginess feel to it that gives weight to the track and makes it linger in your mind even after you finish it. Stream below:

“It’s about living life on your terms and being true to yourself. You do what you want, when you want and how you want. It is defiant of a male world in which women are expected to fit. You either fit her world, her needs, her desires or you don’t get her.” Shared the songstress in regards to the song.

Harlea by no means falls under the cute pop category. As someone who lived on her own in London at a young age, Harlea songsmiths staying grounded to her own craft and bossbitch boldness. She has already accumulated more than half a million streams on Spotify with her debut release “Miss Me” back in 2016. As of now she has show dates coming up in London, so go see her:

1/9-13 – The Line of Best Fit: Five Day Forecast 2017 (London, UK)

1/13 – The Lexington (London, UK)

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