Electro-Pop Powerhouse, Car Astor, Releases “Girlfriend” on Ghettoblaster

Electro-pop powerhouse Car Astor (formerly known as SEE) has just released her newest single “Girlfriend” on Ghettoblaster Magazine who raved about the track saying, “Not only is the song swelling with anger, it’s upbeat and completely danceable.”

“Girlfriend”, written with Kirsten Maxwell and produced with Walter Kazmier, marks new territory for Car Astor, “It’s the first song I’ve written from this angry emotion and it’s also probably the most upbeat and dance-y song I’ve ever done!”

Starting at the otherworldly synth swagger of its opening line, this new single elicits a visceral need to move. The songs irrepressible pop-powered melody and lyrics keep your brain laser focused while the riotous layers of reverb-heavy and serrated synthesizers consume the rest of your body. Car Astor explains the lyrical origin, “‘Girlfriend’ is about a very confusing emotional relationship I was caught in for this past year,” explains the Long Island, NY -based Car Astor. “I met someone and we had a very obvious connection, but they were seeing someone else, so it got really messy. This song was written during an angry moment, so I’m really just trying to relay exactly how I felt and to be as honest and straightforward as possible.”

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