Since the release of her debut single in 2019, London-based artist, Kirsty Grant has been making a name for herself with her recipe of relatable lyricism, pop euphoria and clean-cut production. With the release of “Bad Boys, Good Girls,” she continues her streak of thematically "good" songs while creating a pop bop about relationships and the typical "bad boy" trope. With melting pop melodies and an explosive chorus, the single dissects the drama of modern relationships.
"The song is about the realization that you can’t change someone, and finally deciding to give up and focus on yourself and your own happiness," shares Grant of the new track. She adds, “It’s the typical story of thinking you can change a ‘bad boy’ but it just inevitably ends in heartbreak.”
Inspired by the likes of Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez and Ariana Grande, her pop-driven sounds have already reached over 1M streams on Spotify so far, despite only releasing her debut in 2019. This latest single will also appear on her debut EP Chain Reaction due for release next month. This single once again puts Kirsty Grant as one to watch in the pop world.