Mean Girls, Glowe’s new lush single, is set to make her even bigger impact on the music scene after her spectacular 2023. This fresh empowering anthem serves as a bold statement of self-confidence, challenging negative perceptions and celebrating the strength of being unapologetically oneself. In sync with the launch of the new Mean Girls musical, Glowe’s latest single is set to charm listeners with its captivating melodies and pulsating rhythms, all while conveying a strong message of independence.
Glowe sheds light on the inspiration behind Mean Girls: “‘Being a loud and confident young woman at school meant I was often labeled by teachers as naughty or ‘too much’. In reality, these are the qualities that have served me best in my adult life. The music industry can be a scary place to navigate, particularly as a young woman. You have to channel a little Regina George in order to not be walked all over. Why do men always seem to be celebrated for their confident and cheeky attitudes yet women get given nasty labels?”
Written by Glowe and produced by Pearse Macintyre, known for his work with Gregory Porter and Izzy Bizu, Mean Girls emerges as a potential global pop anthem. The buzz around the song is amplified with the news that Mollie King will premiere it on BBC Radio 1’s ‘Future Pop’ show next Thursday.
With a sold-out London headline show and a triumphant showcase in LA under her belt, Glowe proves to be more than a performer. As a curator and producer, she is dedicated to uplifting emerging talents and spreading positivity through her music. Mean Girls not only signifies her artistic growth but also cements her place as a vanguard in the global pop scene.
Glowe’s Mean Girls transcends the realm of music to become a movement, reclaiming the phrase and inspiring a generation to embrace their loud, confident, and unapologetic selves.
Catch Glowe performing live at Café Koko on January 23rd!
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