We’re especially excited to premiere the powerful new single “Bring Me,” which is an exhilarating anthem of self-possession and emotional fearlessness. It builds from a spine-chilling start, with fiery vocalist Andrea Lo howling out like the force of nature that she is of “all the tears that I draw back in fear.” As a thundering beat takes over, it becomes a rousing, breathtaking electro-disco hymn, as she implores the universe to “See what I can do / See what I can do.”
“’Bring Me’ is about ending passive behavior,” Lo explains defiantly. “It’s a display of tenacity, resilience and self-assurance over learned patterns of compliance, conformity and service to others. ‘See what I can do’ stands out as an important line to me, as it taunts my past with a sense of mastery over what was once limiting”
Fittingly, their sophomore album – out September 8 via Arts & Crafts – is titled Fear/Nothing. They’ll waste no time taking the stage at a few top Canadian festivals, including POP Montreal, before hitting the road for a tour with Broken Social Scene on September 16.