MALKA Shares A Politically-Charged, Chromatically Explosive Single “No No No”

Alternative pop with festive hooks.

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Scottish experimental poptress, MALKA, addresses the healthcare issues that are going on in Scotland in her new single “No No No.” With festive-like hooks that immediately clasps you into its soundscape, “No No No” is built on a chromatic sonic palette where the synth swoops and beat pulse give you the energy kick you need. With the intention of keeping hope in a politically oppressive climate, MALKA shares “No No No” as a way to raise awareness and stick to her beliefs. Stream below:

“‘No No No’ was one of the first songs I wrote for the new album. It helped me to define the sound I wanted to go for. Lyrically the song is about the NHS. The fight to protect something of great importance to our country, but equally it could be about fighting for something you really believe in.” shared the songstress.

The track is the fourth single from her upcoming album Ratatatat, which will be out on October 20th and is available for pre-order via PledgeMusic. As of now, the songstress has several shows coming up in November:

11/1 – Sneaky Pete’s (Edinburgh, UK)

11/2 – Hug & Pint (Glasgow, UK)

11/3 – We Are Robots (London, UK)

11/13 – The Walrus (Brighton, UK)

11/14 – The Lexington (London, UK)

11/15 – Hare & Hounds (Birmingham, UK)

11/16 – The Wonder Inn (Manchester)