Brigitte Naggar, the project of Montreal-based musician Common Holly, has released a new single, ‘Preocuppy’, along with its B-side ‘The Moon’. Both songs were recorded in Toronto with Paul Vroom and Kenny Boothby of the Canadian band Little Kid. Give them a listen below.
“This song is about listlessness, and the particular anxiety that makes you turn in on—and turn against—yourself,” Naggar explained in a statement. “It’s at least a few years old now, but it has struck a pretty potent chord for me this past year in our collective isolation. It’s from an EP that never came out, recorded over a weekend in Toronto with my friends Paul and Kenny from Little Kid.”
‘Preoccupy’ and ‘The Moon’ mark the first new music from Common Holly since the band’s 2019 album When I say to you Black Lightning.