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PREMIERE: Picturesque Take Aim At Toxic Dating Culture With ‘Swipe’

Brii Jamieson
Brii Jamieson 18 July 2019 at 18.00

Do yourself a favour, and swipe right on Picturesque.

Dating in 2019 is rubbish, isn't it? With endless apps and swiping - there's a jungle of meaningless social interaction out there. 

That's what Picturesque's new single 'Swipe' is all about. It's born out of frontman Kyle Hollis finding himself single for the first time in a number of years, and staring into a pool of apps, ghosting, late night texts, and a whole lot of swiping.

“For the song ‘Swipe,’ I wanted to address a point in my life where I felt alone and I turned to Tinder to find company," shared Kyle. "One girl in particular would ghost for a week while uploading pictures of her and some other dude going out, and then hit me up to 'hang out'. Because I felt like I had nothing anymore, I felt like I couldn’t say no.”

Basically, we're swiping right on Picturesque. 

Check out Picturesque's video for 'Swipe' below:

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