LOUD WOMEN is thrilled to bring you today the premiere of art punx LibraLibra’s minty fresh new single – ‘Listerine’. The band treat us to some hauntingly stripped back piano, dreamy synth, and a gut-wrenchingly emotional vocal performance – altogether hugely reminiscent of FKA twiggs’ ‘Cellophane’. The accompanying video turns up the intimacy with a single camera longshot as the band perform in a homely, flower-strewn Brighton flat. The overall effect is a mesmerising closeness, which makes it feel all the more poignant that we can’t get to see this extraordinary band play live just yet. We are just itching to hear this beautiful song performed live!
Brighton’s LibraLibra have just released their second single, ‘Tongues’, and the video captures perfectly the song’s quirky drama and playful rage. Loving this a lot.
Singer Beth, is also part of Lost Horizons (Bella Union) Simon Raymonde’s new project, and she wrote and sang the lead track from the album. It was heavily supported by BBC 6, and she will be back out on the road with them in September and for a few festivals over the summer. Hoping to see lots more of these bonkers lovelies.