06 March 2020 (released)
03 April 2020
Well, if you decided to check out this review because the song title made you curious, then you'll be pleased to hear you've stumbled upon the latest torch-bearer for Great Liverpudlian Music. That said, she's too good for Merseyside music lovers to keep just for themselves.
It's been roughly a year since Aimée Steven released her debut track 'My Name', and since then she's been perfecting her blend of acerbic, witty lyrics wrapped up in the kind of effervescent indie-pop tunes that take root in your mind without you even realising.
'Hell Is A Teenage Girl' is arguably her best effort to date; imagine a cross between classic 60's Merseybeat melodies (particularly on the chorus) and the raw edge of early 90s PJ Harvey, with gloriously fuzzed-up guitars in abundance.
This is Stevens' first release on a new label, and whether it's the first taste of an album or just the latest in her drip-feed of new tracks, we'll be waiting eagerly for what lies ahead.