Kesha’s new track is one other household affair—following the discharge of the “Girl” single and video, which she directed together with her brother, the Warrior artist has shared the track she co-wrote together with her mom, Pebe Sebert. The brand new monitor, “Hymn,” celebrates all of the weirdos and outcasts, who don’t match into anybody group, or in Kesha’s phrases, “faith.” It’s a extra meditative track than the empowerment jam that was “Girl,” with a refrain that’s extra chant than something. Nevertheless it additional demonstrates that, authorized battles with assholes apart, Kesha’s again.
“Hymn” is featured on Rainbow, Kesha’s third studio album, which is due out August 11. The track/video announcement was accompanied by a private essay from Kesha, revealed on Mic, through which she expands on the monitor’s message, which she thinks is extra vital than ever:
This track is devoted to all of the idealistic individuals around the globe who refuse to show their backs on progress, love and equality each time they’re challenged. It’s devoted to the individuals who went out into the streets all around the world to protest towards racism, hate and division of any form. It’s additionally devoted to anybody who appears like they aren’t understood by the world or revered for precisely who they’re. It’s a hopeful track about all of those individuals—which I take into account myself one among—and the ability that all of us have after we all come collectively.
[through Rolling Stone]
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