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In support of the album announcement, she releases the track “Too Much”. In “Too Much”, girl in red embraces vulnerability and bravely examines an emotionally unavailable love interest, noting that “you just love to kill the light in my eyes / to make me low when I’m high” and defiantly begs of her, “please, don’t say I’m too much / that I’m over the top / you don’t understand me.” Hardly a downbeat heartache anthem, “Too Much” is laced with girl in red’s lyrical wit, accompanied by upbeat guitars and big pop moments.

Regarding “Too Much” girl in red shares, “I’ve always been told I’m too much. Throughout my whole childhood and in my adult years. Getting shut down when I’m at my happiest or most excited made me feel self-conscious, alienated, and weird. It wasn’t until I encountered the same feeling in my relationships, that I realized how much it actually hurt me to never feel fully accepted for who I am. As well I think culturally people tend to be too cool to have fun or to show true excitement and emotions, and I’m so tired of that facade.”

In addition to the track, girl in red released the accompanying video for “Too Much”. Directed by Fiona Jane Burgess and produced by Smuggler, the video finds a frustrated girl in red reasoning with a cruel partner in vain. With a touch of camp, the conflict plays out in a stage setting complete with a less than empathetic audience, suit clad dancers, a blow up heart, coffin, body fluids and vintage Mickey Mouse – aka a visual world only girl in red could create. “Too Much” made its broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Biggest Pop and on the Paramount Times Square billboards.

girl in red, who spent much of 2023 opening for Taylor Swift on her Eras Tour as well as her own global festival run, can also be found in A24 Music’s forthcoming compilation Everyone’s Getting Involved: A Tribute to Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense, which comes in celebration of the recent re-release of Jonathan Demme’s iconic concert film of the same name and the 40th anniversary of its accompanying soundtrack album.