STORME Explores The Limits of Synth-Pop in ‘Queen’

Aidan Grant

It’s a powerful, chugging piece of electro pop bliss..

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Queen is inspired by the worst day of my life”, explains lead singer, Amanda Liedberg. “I realized I’d suffered enough, my eyes were dry and I was ready to walk away from a toxic relationship. With this song, I could let my frustration out – but also regain my power. It’s a sort of goodbye letter, with a twist.

UK Artist STORME has been, quite appropriately, storming the underground pop scene in the last year. her music has been supported by The Line of Best Fit, New Music Friday, BBC Introducing and Complex UK – While also picking up a handy sync placement on US TV Comedy The Bold Type. She’s also performed at music industry melting pot By:Larm as well as her first London headline show.

The new single continues her rich vein of songwriting form. Unleashing a powerful, analogue style production – It’s a synth-heavy piece of electro-pop bliss.

 
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