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Abbie Ozard ‘Crocodile Tears’ : And the heart and the heart-broken, has to mend with the future, in mind.

Abbie Ozard / Photo: Charlotte Rudd Photo

Manchester indie pop shines with Abbie Ozard. The sweetness is never far from the grit of life’s little moments when Abbie and her lyrical journeys expound on the grayness of it all. The pounding attractions, and the divorce of emotions at the tail end of a love that maybe was never meant to be.

‘Crocodile Tears’ is the first single since her release of ‘Growing Pains’ EP, which pushed Abbie into new territories in 2019.

Produced and co-written with long term collaborator Rich Turvey (Blossoms, Courteeners, Vistas), ‘Crocodile Tears’ is loaded with Abbie’s signature bittersweet take on coming of age topics.

There is no place for bittersweet trepidations in life. But it has the first row seat to your destruction.

If you let it, that is.

Abbie writes in that format in ‘Crocodile Tears’, as that exact trepidation which flashes before the freshly dug scars of a relationship gone wrong, sparkles in positivity. For the ‘morrow never wanes in urgency. And the heart and the heart-broken, has to mend with the future, in mind.


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