GG Magree Reworks Hilary Duff Classic With Gritty Punk Track “Come Clean”

GG Magree adds a gritty, punk twist to a nostalgic classic by Hilary Duff with dubstep leaning rework “Come Clean.”

The pop-punk twist turns the bubblegum track into a nostalgic 90s dream, with GG Magree’s signature vocals, backing guitar, and banging drums. The song then drops into a neck-breaking dubstep section that fans may have heard in some of her live sets.

GG Magree said about the rework, “I’ve always wanted to cover Hilary Duff’s ‘Come Clean’ as I’ve closed my sets with it for so many years and to do it with a live band and add new GG energy was a huge goal.”

The vocalist and producer also reworked her track “Blood Rush” off her recent EP, adding, “I also decided to give my favorite song from my EP, “Blood Rush” a new life by giving it a more rocktronic feel. Adding live drums and new guitars makes it sound like pure sex.”

These releases come on the heels of GG Magree and longtime pal Vanessa Hudgens releasing a documentary called Dead Hot: Season of the Witch. It follows a supernatural journey to become students of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts.

GG Magree is an Australian-born artist, vocalist, and punk-rock bass enthusiast with high-profile collaborations with NGHTMRE, Zeds Dead, and Seven Lions.

Listen to “Come Clean” by GG Magree and her rework of “Blood Rush” below:

Featured image from GG Magree

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