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English Indie-rock goddess Connie Constance's Miss Power is a bold collection of songs imbued with high voltage drums, snarling guitar riffs, and anthemic feminist rage. On Miss Power, Connie takes us on a joyride through dramatic, passionate and empowering scenes with hooks aplenty and lyrics that excitedly unpick heartbreak, Connie's strained relationship with her father and her struggles with mental health. She remains lazer focussed on putting out music that fits how she sees the world rather than how the world sees her, and has cemented herself as an English rose unapologetic about her thorns. Her worldly wit brings the personal to the universal, and her music is a defiant act of rebellion through her curiosity.
English Indie-rock goddess Connie Constance's Miss Power is a bold collection of songs imbued with high voltage drums, snarling guitar riffs, and anthemic feminist rage. On Miss Power, Connie takes us on a joyride through dramatic, passionate and empowering scenes with hooks aplenty and lyrics that excitedly unpick heartbreak, Connie's strained relationship with her father and her struggles with mental health. She remains lazer focussed on putting out music that fits how she sees the world rather than how the world sees her, and has cemented herself as an English rose unapologetic about her thorns. Her worldly wit brings the personal to the universal, and her music is a defiant act of rebellion through her curiosity.
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English Indie-rock goddess Connie Constance's Miss Power is a bold collection of songs imbued with high voltage drums, snarling guitar riffs, and anthemic feminist rage. On Miss Power, Connie takes us on a joyride through dramatic, passionate and empowering scenes with hooks aplenty and lyrics that excitedly unpick heartbreak, Connie's strained relationship with her father and her struggles with mental health. She remains lazer focussed on putting out music that fits how she sees the world rather than how the world sees her, and has cemented herself as an English rose unapologetic about her thorns. Her worldly wit brings the personal to the universal, and her music is a defiant act of rebellion through her curiosity.
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