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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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New Zealand singer-songwriter Sylvee has dropped her new single, Time For The Girls.

With reminiscent notes of Billie Eilish's Bury A Friend, the dark-pop release is built atop pulsating beats and menacing production, with Sylvee's hushed vocals floating above. The confident track is an empowering cut from the singer, as she takes a stand against male domination and calls for a female-led future. The songs visual, created by Ruby Harris, juxtaposes red-hued clips of Sylvee with shots of flowers.

“We wrote this song about feeling tired of male domination. The song is a moment that sociologically feels like rebellion, but in actual fact is claiming pure equality. Women have been made to feel small all their lives, and with ‘Time For The Girls’, we're letting you know that we're not only done with that narrative, but we're full of power, and we're not playing around” Sylvee shares of the track.

Watch the visual for Time For The Girls below!


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