PinkPantheress: “A song doesn’t need to be longer than two minutes-30”

PinkPantheress: “A song doesn’t need to be longer than two minutes-30”

PinkPantheress has explained why her songs tend to be short.

In a promotional interview for ABC News‘ Prime Playlist feature in support of her new single ‘Turn It Up’, the UK artist said she believes “a song doesn’t need to be longer than two minutes-30”.

Elaborating about her production process, she added: “I was able to experiment and making short songs was just a result of me experimenting. We don’t need to repeat a verse, we don’t need to have a bridge, we don’t need it. We don’t need a long outro.”

Most of the artist’s songs range between two and three minutes in length, with the longest, ‘Capable Of Love’, from last year’s ‘Heaven knows’ LP, clocking in at three minutes and 43 seconds. A number of the songs on her debut mixtape, 2021’s ‘To Hell With It’, totalled less than two minutes.

You can watch PinkPantheress’ video interview with ABC News in full below.

Earlier this year, the artist appeared as a guest on Louis Theroux’s podcast.

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