London-based artist Circe defies the status quo in the pandemic era of #metoo in her latest single “Ten Girls.” Influenced by The Handmaid’s Tale, the track sheds light on the ongoing oppression that many women face as Circe uses sci-fi and mysticism-inspired imageries to channel the dystopian vibe of our world. Hit play:
“‘Ten Girls’ was inspired by Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale – ‘There are ten marks on this cross’- a poetic but disturbing view of women living in a dystopian oppressive world. This chimes with my own fractured generation of cancel culture, swipes of sex, and revenge porn.”
The track is out now via Jazz Life.
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