Tuesday 7 April 2020

Hazel English - Five and Dime

As the release of her new album 'Wake Up' nears, due out April 24th, Hazel English unveils the record's latest cut, Five and Dime. Showcasing her finest characteristics in woozy guitar haze and swirling vocals, the new single is a nostalgic slice of 60's pop. Speaking about the track, Hazel says: “It’s about the desire for space and independence when feeling stifled in a relationship. I wrote it about a trip I took to Oakland when I just needed to get out of LA for a bit. Five & Dime is actually an old slang term for the area code 510 which covers the East Bay, so I thought it would be a fun way to refer to the place that once used to be my home, while also invoking a sense of nostalgia for a time when a phrase like five and dime was very common." Take a listen for yourselves below.

Wake UP! will be released April 24th via Marathon Artists, including the below tracks. Pre-order here.

  1. Born Like
  2. Shaking
  3. White Noise
  4. Off My Mind
  5. Combat
  6. Five and Dime
  7. Like a Drug
  8. Waiting
  9. Milk and Honey
  10. Work It Out

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