Hannah Diamond

British singer Hannah Diamond feels and sounds like a pop star on “Attachment,” but with something slightly off. There’s the odd music-box melody, slight pitch-shifting to her voice, and those glistening/glitching beats that are so polished they give off sun glare. Then there’s the faint sadness of the starry-eyed hook as Diamond lovingly sings, “Though I love you baby, it feels kind of crazy every time you see me I’m on my own/ Feeling better really, I can see you clearly now I’ve saved you as a picture on my phone,” before her voice warps and spirals off into electronic chirps, losing any human quality. Right there with SOPHIE’s demolishing 2013 single “BIPP,” “Attachment” is bubblegum hyperreality and absolutely stunning for it. Listen and download it below.

(via Fact)

“Attachment” is out now via PC Music.

Comments (6)
  1. This is super weird.

  2. Its like, its not clear if its good or bad; its not even clear if that’s a relevant question.

    This applies to the entire PC Music canon, as far as I can tell. Then again, I didn’t know they existed until this morning. God I’m old.

  3. I was digging this until her voice came in… I can’t deal

  4. treminds me of the shaggs for some reason

  5. It’s so pop that it’s like parody of pop, but it’s somehow even more pop than that. More pop than pop. It’s really fucking creepy to me, and I like that a lot.

  6. that photo + that song = creepiest girl of the week.

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