Hero Fisher Conjures Banality-Breaking Spirit In “I Let Love”

Folksy pop

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London-based songstress Hero Fisher breaks away from the mundane banality of life with her song “I Let Love” where the intricately minimalistic production and her crispy vocals takes us into a dreamy folk pop rendezvous. The video though…we thought it was a horse at first, but then it also looked like a giraffe. At some point, it looked like a burro…or maybe is a crossbreed between a giraffe and a horse…like a horseraffe? It’s such a simple video, but super mindfucking:

“I wanted to write a song where the focus jumped from person to person, like a contagion. The idea was that each verse would be an ordinary “day in the life of” each character, and that whatever was going on was a banal and daily grind. Each character would be possessed with this spirit, making them push on through, and shake off their demons.” explained Hero Fisher.

“I Let Love” is from Hero Fisher’s upcoming sophomore album, Glue Moon, which the songstress has yet to announce release date. Hero has already collaborated with Alison Mosshart and Boy George in the Mark Ronson-scored ballet Carbon Life and opened for The Rolling Stones and Neil Young at Hyde Park. As of now, the songstress is gearing up to release her LP and wants you to know that Hero Fisher is not a moniker but a real name.