Bubblegum Bitch

Album: Electra Heart (2012)
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  • This Frenetic slice of synth-pop is the opening track from the second studio album by Welsh recording artist Marina and the Diamonds. The record is centered on the titular character Electra Heart. Marina told The Sun that this song sets the scene for the rest of the LP. She said: "Because that song has the lyric about a boy, 'Dear diary we fell apart, welcome to life as Electra Heart', it sets up what the album is about and continues in songs like 'Homewrecker' and 'Primadonna.'"
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