Erin Kirby drops empowering track ‘Practice Girlfriend’

‘Practice Girlfriend’ is a track to elevate anyone’s mood, with an underlying upbeat melody, and Erin’s signature vocals that are delicate yet powerful and gritty all at once. With a relatable narrative taken from Erin’s own personal experience, her raw and expressive lyrics are beautifully honest.

Erin explains: “‘Practice Girlfriend” is an upbeat pop song that I hope makes other girls feel empowered. The lyrics tell the story of a real life dating experience of mine, and stresses not settling for anyone that does not treat you how you deserve. This boy I was talking to used used to tell me that it was okay that he was seeing someone else at the same time because she was just his "practice girlfriend". I was telling Nate Flaks and Noah Longworth (who co-wrote and produced the track) about the situation, and this upbeat pop song is what naturally arose; I hope it is able to be a supportive anthem to some.”

With her previous single ‘Half In Love’ reaching 500k streams, Erin has been recognised as a John Maxwell Rising Star and Jezebel Magazine’s songwriter of the year; as well as previously making it in the American Idol Top 60. Erin was a top three contestant on Showtime at the Apollo with Steve Harvey, and has also made appearances in All Access, Talent Magazine, and Sounds Like Nashville. Based in Atlanta, Erin is storming the music scene on her home turf, where she regularly volunteers her talent to local non profit organizations.



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