Liverpool singer, Natalie McCool planned to release her new single, “Closure” among a flurry of six SXSW showcase. With the cancellation of the festival, she releases the track while also announcing a rescheduled Liverpool headline gig with her band at Kazimier Stockroom on September 24th–pandemic allowing.
“Closure” is a poppy, synth-filled track about getting over an ex. McCool explains “Have you ever wanted to get over someone so much that you figuratively bury them? ‘Closure’ is the journey you take to finally slamming the door on that person.” With lyrics like “I put flowers on your grave” and “I bury you almost every day,” the cemetery imagery is strong in the song.