Lily Allen’s “L8 CMMR”: Hear The ‘Girls’ Soundtrack Cut

Carl Williott | February 6, 2014 10:16 am

Lily Allen‘s “L8 CMMR” is the most recent track to premiere from Volume 2 of the Girls soundtrack, following Miguel‘s “Simplethings” and Beck‘s “Blue Moon.” The song (“latecomer” if you couldn’t figure it out) was produced and co-written by Greg Kurstin, and while it wasn’t initially written for the HBO show, its smitten tale is a perfect match, as Allen sings about her man both as a way to compliment him and to mark her territory.

Like “Hard Out Here,” the track is slathered in glossy pop production — there’s Auto-Tune, Major Lazer-esque percussion, ascending synths — but things never get bombastic, resulting in a breezy swoon of a chorus more in line with her effervescent “Air Balloon.”

Hear it below.

[via Rolling Stone]

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