Earlier this week, the singer made her stay debut on the BRIT Awards in London, performing ‘Drivers License’, and adopted it up final night time with a two-song set on SNL.
Watch the performances, which come forward of the singer’s imminent debut album ‘SOUR’, which arrives subsequent week (Could 21), beneath.
In a brand new NME cowl characteristic, Rodrigo spoke of the inspiration behind new tune ‘good 4 u’, which got here out this week following record-breaking debut single ‘Drivers License’ and second preview ‘Deja Vu’, saying: “We needed to take an early 2000s pop-punk tune and kind of twist it and discover a strategy to make it 2021. I hope persons are stunned.
She added: “I love pop-punk music; I love grunge music; I love country music and folk music. I think, honestly, you can see little influences of all of those genres in my album. And I didn’t want to make an entire record that sounded like ‘Drivers License’. There’s no fun in that for me – and probably not for listeners, either.”
Quickly after its launch, ‘Drivers License’ grew to become the most important tune within the UK of 2021 to date. Rodrigo’s debut single debuted at Number one and remained within the prime spot for 9 weeks starting in January – this makes it the longest-running Quantity One debut single since Gnarls Barkley‘s ‘Crazy’ in 2006.