Dublin-based quintet, TOYGIRL, drop the new tune "Poison". Their third release to date, it's a promising addition to their roster.

Alt-pop group TOYGIRL blend their wildly varying musical influences and idiosyncratic personalities to create their own unique sound. On their latest track “Poison”, released today, the five-piece invites the listener to reflect on the whirlwind that is life, pondering the contradictions surrounding infatuation, love and heartbreak.


Coupled with singer Hannah Worrall’s soaring vocals, the new single features bubbling drum patterns, sparkling synths and dark guitar riffs. It’s a promising third release for TOYGIRL, whose songs “Reign” and “Moonlight Velvet” have come out in the past year. 


This song is about deep infatuation, platonic, or romantic. The feeling that someone has accepted your purest form and loves you unconditionally. It’s one of the first songs that I wrote where my words felt transparent and straightforward, in some ways that makes me feel more vulnerable but also more connected to the song,TOYGIRL said.

Listen to "Poison" below: