Birdcage, released earlier this year, 21-year-old Norwich, UK-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Abigail Blake now returns with her most explosive single to date called "Party Tricks", which see her controversially challenging the social norms of drinking alcohol to fit in, instead of making friends by being yourself. Once again Abigail merges her love for playing classical harp with a passion for producing electronic music to create her own genre of music that she calls "twinklestep" while also showcasing her crystal clear vocals as she sings, "people say be who you are and learn to love yourself but if want to have a good time, drink until you're someone else. "
Speaking on the track, Abigail says:
"This track is about celebrating what makes you weird instead of drinking to follow the crowd. How can you truly represent yourself if you’re drunk? Surely the best way to meet people is by embracing your individuality, and that’s what this song is about. Everybody has a weird talent or interesting party trick that other people can't do. It's better to be that guy that can play a recorder with his nose or something than be the one who spent the night throwing up in the bathroom."
Listen to "Party Tricks " below.
"Party Tricks" will be released on November 11th.