Melbourne’s G Flip has linked up with international artist filous for the Austrian producer’s latest track ‘Boys & Girls’, exploring gender and sexual identity.
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Arriving today (June 25), G Flip described the unlikely Australian-Austrian collaboration as a “very personal song” on their Instagram stories. The track is a catchy pop jam on the surface, but explores deeper themes of not fitting in and coming to terms with one’s gender and sexual identity.
“I won’t look in your mirror / I paint my own damn picture,” G Flip – aka Georgia Flipo – sings in one part, while another line goes: “Why should you care about who I kiss and the clothes I wear?”
Listen to the full song below.
Flipo came out as non-binary earlier this month, saying in an Instagram post: “Looking into what it means to be non-binary had me realise that that’s who I’ve been my entire life”.
“I’m still the exact same person, non-binary is just the best way to explain who I am and how I’ve always felt, like a gender smoothie,” they added.
Filous – real name Matthias Oldofredi – has become a popular producer and remixer in his home country. He’s worked with bands such as The Kooks for the 2020 track ‘Hey Love’.