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Grouplove Debut New Song During Billboard Live At-Home Performance

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Grouplove debuted a new song, "Sh Sh," during the Billboard Live At-Home performance they hosted Monday afternoon to raise money for MusiCares.

April 17, 2020


Grouplove debuted a new song, "Sh Sh," during the Billboard Live At-Home performance they hosted Monday afternoon to raise money for MusiCares.

The group also performed "Deleter," "Places" and a few other songs from their new album Healer, released in March.

Guitarist Christian Zucconi informed fans that "Sh Sh" was a working title born out of their creative burst during these unsettling times.

"Sh sh sh sh she said, she said we could fall apart/ Sh sh sh sh she said, she said we could fall apart together/ You're such a f---ing mess I do my best, I do my best/ You're such a piece of sh-- and I love you more because of it," Hannah Hooper sings in the chorus about a relationship that weathers the storms each person creates.

"It's weird times being at home. All the time it's home. We definitely talk a lot about what will we eat next, what we're going to write next, how crazy we feel, how anxious we are, and then how unanxious, and how awesome it is.... We basically go through the stages of grief every day," Hooper, Zucconi and drummer Benjamin Homola discussed during the show. "You have to go through it and then you come back and you start again. It's getting a little easier every day, but then there's these moments where it's just like, 'Oh my God!'"

Grouplove assured fans they'd drop the single soon.

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Grouplove Debut New Song During Billboard Live At-Home Performance

April 17, 2020

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Grouplove debuted a new song, "Sh Sh," during the Billboard Live At-Home performance they hosted Monday afternoon to raise money for MusiCares.

Grouplove debuted a new song, "Sh Sh," during the Billboard Live At-Home performance they hosted Monday afternoon to raise money for MusiCares.

The group also performed "Deleter," "Places" and a few other songs from their new album Healer, released in March.

Guitarist Christian Zucconi informed fans that "Sh Sh" was a working title born out of their creative burst during these unsettling times.

"Sh sh sh sh she said, she said we could fall apart/ Sh sh sh sh she said, she said we could fall apart together/ You're such a f---ing mess I do my best, I do my best/ You're such a piece of sh-- and I love you more because of it," Hannah Hooper sings in the chorus about a relationship that weathers the storms each person creates.

"It's weird times being at home. All the time it's home. We definitely talk a lot about what will we eat next, what we're going to write next, how crazy we feel, how anxious we are, and then how unanxious, and how awesome it is.... We basically go through the stages of grief every day," Hooper, Zucconi and drummer Benjamin Homola discussed during the show. "You have to go through it and then you come back and you start again. It's getting a little easier every day, but then there's these moments where it's just like, 'Oh my God!'"

Grouplove assured fans they'd drop the single soon.

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