Newly signed to Fear Records, bedroom-pop artist Phoebe Hall shares distorted new single “Secrets” ahead of her debut EP.

Alternative musician Phoebe Hall is a queer singer-songwriter from York crafting an infectious sound with alt-pop bangers. Joining the acclaimed United Talent Agency earlier this year, Phoebe has since released a handful of introspective indie tunes. 


Out today, “Secrets” follows the release of her last single “Through the Phone”, which saw the artist talk about androgyny, love and insecurities. “Secrets” sees Phoebe return with a more alluring single, diving into an alternative-pop sound with dark lyrics and distorted production. 


2022 has been a steady year for the artist, having supported Larkins on their 4k+ capacity UK tour, played on the BBC Introducing Stage at Latitude Festival, and a slot at All Points East – it’s fair to say Phoebe is on the rise. This autumn sees her play her last festival of the year: Live at Leeds, followed by the release of her debut EP ‘Runaway’, out this November. 


Speaking about “Secrets”, Phoebe shares it “was probably the hardest one to write. I remember feeling quite drained emotionally after writing this as it explored feelings in a way I never had done before. We did a lot of contemplation when writing the record and I think I discovered feelings I hadn’t realised I felt and here it was anger around my past relationship and being hidden in it”. 

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