Lose your inhibitions to Actor’s Girl Do and give a big middle finger to the patriarchy.
A track about objectification, how women are viewed under the male gaze so precariously, while fighting to be taken seriously; Louisa Osborn approach to the male gaze is personally, brilliant on Girls Do. Actor shows no concerns about male views of her, whether she has lipstick on her teeth or not. Women can do whatever they want and that’s what Girls Do is here for.
A vibrant blend of gothic synths and glittery pop hooks, it’s as if Bernard + Edith conjoined together with Grimes. Crunchy bass hooks lay an undertone of well controlled aggression, as lyrics cut deep while remaining light and catchy as well, creating a triple threat from Osborn.
It’s a perfect blend of mystic pop rhythms and a pure, unaltered, no fucks given attitude.