Soccer Mommy has shared a “Simlish version” of ‘Shotgun’ as a part of the brand new ‘High School Years’ enlargement pack for The Sims 4.
The authentic music seems on the Nashville singer-songwriter’s third studio album ‘Sometimes, Forever’, which got here out in June.
“Can’t believe u can hear shootbleng (aka shotgun) in sims now,” Soccer Mommy – actual identify Sophie Allison – tweeted to announce the up to date version. “My life has truly come full circle.”
The monitor is accompanied by a Sims-inspired video that sees a digital Allison play guitar and sing ‘Shotgun’ in Simlish (the fictional language featured within the long-running recreation sequence) round her home.
Announced in June, the ‘High School Years’ enlargement for The Sims 4 implies that gamers can now attend lessons and after-school groups, socialise with buddies within the cafeteria, and adorn their lockers.
The replace additionally explores youngsters’ lives outdoors of the college gates, with college students having the ability to spend time with their buddies in different areas, go on dates, or rise up to some mischief.
“High school is a time of self-discovery! Find the confidence to ask your crush out or the guts to skip class,” stated EA.
Soccer Mommy, in the meantime, not too long ago spoke to NME at Governors Ball 2022 in regards to the totally different strategy she took to creating her newest report compared to her earlier album, ‘Color Theory’.
In a four-star overview of ‘Sometimes, Forever’, NME wrote: “The reductive tags that may have previously been assigned to Soccer Mommy – sad, chill, nostalgic – have no foothold here. This is nuanced, purposeful songwriting from an artist growing.”