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girl in red’s new Christmas single entitled ‘two queens in a king sized bed’

Today Norweigan sensation girl in red could melt the coldest of hearts in the lead-up to Christmas 2020, with the launch of her magical new single “two queens in a king sized bed” which gives all the hope you need for a bit of warmth and cheer in the colder months ahead in an already tough year fueled with feelings we have for people we love

Today Norweigan sensation girl in red could melt the coldest of hearts in the lead-up to Christmas 2020, with the launch of her magical new single “two queens in a king sized bed” which gives all the hope you need for a bit of warmth and cheer in the colder months ahead in an already tough year fueled with feelings we have for people we love. Give it a listen – HERE

Speaking about the song, girl in red said “”reminiscing about a christmas i had with a person i love. when laying in bed glued to their body didn’t feel close enough. when we wanted every second to last forever”.

At the core of what is very much a traditional Christmas song about love & the holiday festivities, listeners will also hear what’s made girl in red, real name Marie Ulven, the fastest growing new artist of the year. There’s a playful darkness to her lyrics, as always, where she also stays true to pop hooks that has seen her amass global stream this year alone.

The past 12 months has been nothing short of momentous for the singer/songwriter/producer, who’s already sold-out several worldwide shows across the planet, and has garnered widespread critical acclaim such as becoming the cover artist of Gay Times. These media accolades are just the tip of the iceberg of a movement with unlimited potential broadly called World In Red.



Recently listeners got the first glimpse of her yet-to-be-named debut album in the shape of latest new single “rue,” which went on to be placed on the BBC Radio 1 playlist.

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