Scottish experimental poptress, MALKA, restores your hope with her new single “Breakout” – a deliberately orchestrated stride that takes you to a playground of bouncy beats and synth echo blows. It is the type of track that gives you breather amidst the neckbreak-pace of life and the chaos that predominate our surroundings:
“Breakout” is from MALKA’s forthcoming album. “The new album has a lot of political references – it is impossible to sit back and see what is happening with the plight of refugees, the dismantling of the NHS and the political changes in the UK and US and not feel affected. This single is about hope, striving for a better life and believing/dreaming that things might change” she shared.
MALKA has already gained shoutouts from radios and presses for her adroitness in delivering outré pop. She first started out as the frontwoman of 6 Day Riot and her work has been included in various Hollywood blockbusters including Skins, 127 Hours, and MTV’s Catfish. You can follow her on Facebook.
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