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Berlin artist Jennifer Touch's new release Summerchild is not suitable for claustrophobic people. This last single, which comes along with a music video directed by Pilar Gost and is a sneak peek of her album Midnight Proposals set for release via Fat Cat Recordings February 17th, is inspired by the feeling of being imprisoned in a cage. “The video is a tender platform for different stages of freedom and power, enlightening the summer child within,” comments the artist, who uses a metaphor to talk about how she is inspired by those who have managed to break free. This is just a small preview of the complete work that will be released in less than five months.

Having released her biographical debut album Behind the Wall in 2020, Touch is getting ready to unveil Midnight Proposals. A work that was written in an explosion of energy and creativity and completed in just 4 months, unlike her first album which took years to pen. “I didn't know what was going to happen, I just said to the universe: hey, I'm here and I'm your vessel. It was like a trip or something and I really don’t remember the process, but I love every song on it,” she replies when asked about the creative process. Her new track, Summerchild, questions a general narrative of powerlessness and what it takes to claim your own freedom. Are you ready to let yourself be carried away by feelings?

David Alarcón
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