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Coming off the releases of “Computer Games” and “Static (Exchanges)” early this year, 18-year-old North London artist, Greta Jaime {pronounced “j-me”}, has returned with “Temporary Panic“, a single about everything changing around you as you grow up, explains Greta.

Going into detail about Temporary Panic, Greta explains how she “was inspired to write about growing up and how it makes you hyperaware of everything that’s changing around you,” and how she “wanted the song to reflect the small moments of panic you have to deal with to develop” as you grow up, and “how it can be easy to push away everything new to just to stay comfortable.”

The remainder of 2018 looks to be a busy time for Greta with a couple of tours to round out the year.

Greta Jaime live

November 2nd – The Hope and Ruin – Brighton (supporting Scarlet Sails)
December 7th – The Spice of Life – London
December 16th – The Fiddler’s Elbow – London

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