Sydney singer-songwriter Sloan Peterson has released her second new single of the year, a playful track titled ‘Parasite’.
Released today (May 28), ‘Parasite’ is filled with lyrics that draw a comparison between a lover who won’t let go and an unwanted parasitic guest.
It was co-written with Lime Cordiale‘s Louis and Oli Leimbach, with their influence detectable in the tongue-in-cheek lyricism.
Give it a listen below.
A music video for the clip is also set to arrive, with Peterson sharing visual snippets on her social media as well as a long list of filming credits.
“I co-wrote this song with my pals @limecordiale one day,” she shared on Instagram. “It’s a tongue and cheek playful song about sticking around for too longgg … we had a lot of fun making it hope you have fun listening!”
It follows on from the release of ‘Moon & Back’, which she shared back in March. Arriving alongside a space-themed music clip, Peterson revealed that the track had been inspired by nostalgic pop music.
“When I wrote this song I was listening to Gwen Stefanis album ‘love angel music baby’ specifically her song luxurious and getting into early 2000’s sounds and lyrics,” she said at the time.