Continuing to thrive throughout one of the music industry’s toughest years, Manchester based indie-popper Abbie Ozard has shared the latest in a stream of addictive tales of the life of a twenty-something.
True Romance hears Abbie documenting one of many identity crisis’, longing to live the life of the film’s Alabama through gritty, uplifting guitars and one hell of a catchy chorus. Whether it’s the anthemic pop feel which flows throughout her sound or the sheer relatability of her lyrics, it’s delightfully easy to become entirely immersed in Abbie’s music - something which pays true testament to her bounding potential.
Elaborating on True Romance, she says: "Growing up and living in a small town has made me dream of better things, and being a better person outside the bubble that I live in at the moment.
I feel like I’m constantly having some form of identity crisis; I watched True Romance and thought 'fuck, i just want to be Alabama in this film' and live this mad life with a cool leopard print coat on and purple converse.
I want to be this character, with a cool life, and ride around in a pink cadillac. Hopefully one day I’ll be happy with everything that’s going on and the way I am, but for now I’m just gonna carry on wishing I was in True Romance haha"
(Photo credit: Charlotte Rudd)