Girl Ultra: On Mexico City's 'haunted' energy and why she secretly loves sad songs : Alt.Latino Across her evolving discography, which includes everything from R&B ballads to danceable electronic beats, Girl Ultra has solidified her approach to deep, dark songs of love and heartbreak. In this episode, Anamaria Sayre sits down with the up-and-coming Mexico City singer to talk lost loves, why the city is "haunted" and how she copes with a nostalgic heart.

Girl Ultra: On Mexico City's 'haunted' energy and why she secretly loves sad songs

Girl Ultra: On Mexico City's 'haunted' energy and why she secretly loves sad songs

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Across her evolving discography, which includes everything from R&B ballads to danceable electronic beats, Girl Ultra has solidified her approach to deep, dark songs of love and heartbreak.

In this episode, Anamaria Sayre sits down with the up-and-coming Mexico City singer to talk lost loves, why the city is "haunted" and how she copes with a nostalgic heart.

This episode of 'Alt.Latino' was produced by Suraya Mohamed. Our editor is Hazel Cills and our project manager is Grace Chung. Our production assistant is Jerusalem Truth and our interns are Sofia Seidel and Pilar Galván. Our VP of Music and Visuals is Keith Jenkins.