Portuguese artist Ana De Llor fights back against the regulation of female identity on new single “Malena”. It’s her first single of the year and explores her experimental avant-pop sounds. Featuring heavy drum thuds and whirring bass patterns, the single is a feisty track about not belonging to society’s conformity.
Ana is also taking part in a live streamed gig this Friday at St Pauls Shadwell Church.
“Both the track and video are about women’s identity not belonging to society’s mold of what a woman is supposed to be in order to be accepted as one”, explains De Llor. “It’s about literally not caring what the patriarchy thinks or says and about elevating all the ways we exist in the world.”
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