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GAYLE has released her highly anticipated debut EP entitled "A Study of the Human Experience Volume One," the singer-songwriter’s first-ever studio effort via Arthouse Records/Atlantic. The EP, as a whole, is a summation of Gayle’s experiences as a teen, filled with lessons learned and failed friendships. And though they’re all specific to her own life, ultimately, they capture how “life is fucking weird,” she says. “And life is so hard, but it’s so lovely simultaneously. And that’s really confusing." Especially when you’re growing up.” GAYLE burst onto the scene after releasing “abcdefu” back in December, which spelled out fuck you’s to her ex, his mom, and his shitty Craigslist couch. The track topped Billboard‘s Emerging Artists chart as the deliciously profane pop-rock kiss-off went viral. Since then, the 17-year-old Nashville native has landed at the apex of both the Alternative Streaming Songs and Alternative Digital Song Sales before reigning supreme on Billboard’s Global 200 and the Global Excl. U.S. chart. Thus far, the global hit has peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 after 14 weeks of steady momentum, despite competing with the juggernaut that is "Encanto‘s" “We Don’t Talk About Bruno.” Meanwhile, GAYLE’s world domination has continued with the launch of Billboard’s new Hits of the World charts, where it’s currently at No. 1 in Austria, Germany and Luxembourg, and in the Top 10 in numerous other countries. Ahead of her coming EP release, GAYLE has maintained a steady stream of promotion for her fledgling career as a superstar-in-the-making, having already made her late-night debut by performing on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," announcing a headlining tour, covering Alanis Morissette‘s “You Oughta Know,” oh, and trading DMs with none other than Olivia Rodrigo.


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