dodie Announces Debut Album ‘Build A Problem’, Shares New Song ‘Cool Girl’

Singer-songwriter dodie has announced her debut full-length album. It’s called Build A Problem and it comes out March 5. She’s also shared the lead single, ‘Cool Girl’, alongside an accompanying lyric video. Check it out below, and scroll down for the album’s cover artwork and tracklist.

“I think I was going through a crisis actually,” she said of writing the album. “I was very unsure of who I was and I was trying to figure it out in music. So I think it’s quite unstable of an album – but it’s definitely honest.”

On the inspiration behind ‘Cool Girl’, she commented: “‘Cool Girl’ is a song about misplaced anger. Stemming from the suppression of communicating your needs in a relationship in order to attempt to be the most chill, cool, and loveable. It’s bitter, desperate, frustrated, proud, determined, and unhealthy.”

Build A Problem follows on from dodie’s 2019 EP, Human.

Build A Problem Cover Artwork:

Build A Problem Tracklist:

1. Air So Sweet
2. Hate Myself
3. I Kissed Someone (It Wasn’t You)
4. Cool Girl
5. Special Girl
6. Rainbow
7. ?
8. Four Tequilas Down
9. .
10. Sorry
11. When
12. Before The Line
13. Guiltless (Bonus Track)
14. Boys Like You (Bonus Track)

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