Manchester quartet Witch Fever released their latest single, ‘Beauty and Grace’ – taken from their debut album Congregation (out 21 October via Music For Nations).
Witch Fever confronts the beauty standards set in place for women and takes control of that narrative.
“‘Beauty and Grace’ ended up being the dark horse of the record! Before we went into the studio it wasn’t one of our faves but Sam really brought it out of its shell! The song is about pushing back against oppressive feminine beauty standards whilst also finding a place for femininity that you enjoy and makes you feel powerful! Femininity is not a weakness, as much as society may tell you it is! If it empowers you and brings you joy it’s a strength!”Amy Walpole
You’ll be able to listen to ‘Beauty and Grace’ and other tracks up close and personal soon. Witch Fever announced a short run of intimate shows to celebrate the release of Congregation.
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