Out Today: Dora Lachaise's Haunting Single 'I Confess'
UK solo artist-producer Dora Lachaise releases her second single
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After her Danny Elfman-esque debut single Bone Collector, which was picked up by BBC Bristol and Amazing Radio USA, Lachaise dives into electronica for her second single ‘I Confess’.
Inspired by a medieval statue of Mary Magdalene, ‘I Confess’ has launched Dora into the semi-finals of the Dutch national ‘Art Rocks’ competition. “Mary Magdalene’s story was used to pressure girls and women into behaving in a certain way;" she explains. "I wanted to lend my voice to Mary to defend herself, because even today, women are judged by outdated ideas.”
From an attic overlooking Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol, Dora Lachaise creates dark and otherworldly music. A guitar-based songwriter who has also fronted gothic metal bands in a past life, her recent tracks have shifted towards soundtrack ambiances and electronic avant-pop. Dora enjoys experimenting with the sonic possibilities of music production, inspired by the likes of FKA Twigs and Sevdaliza for 'I Confess'.
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March 5, 2021 8:10am ET by Decent Music PR Limited