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 Paris-born/London-based singer-songwriter Madame So is releasing a hot new track, ‘Black is Beautiful‘, on November 16th, 2015.

This is the lead track her second EP, ‘ It’s Not Even A Colour’, due out on November 30th, 2015.
This is an independent release and her  follow-up to my debut, ‘The Sell-by Date EP’, which released in 2013.

“My music is best described as lyrical grit pop  and has been likened to Blondie, Hole, Patti Smith and PJ Harvey, while my influences lean towards the likes of  The Only Ones, Kurt Vile, Broncho, The Vaccines and Wolf Alice, among many others.”

‘Black is Beautiful’  is a manifesto about being a Black rocker in 2015 and will be available on free download from November 16th  to November 30th 2015.
Soundcloud: MADAME SO – ‘Black is Beautiful’ 

Madame So “If I pushed your buttons, I’ve accomplished my mission”

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Originally from the Bay, I was uprooted from my eclectic surroundings and forced to spend my formative years in conservative San Joaquin County (Stockton) after Loma Prieta. Earthquake central couldn't deter me, and in 2010, I relocated to San Francisco. After a year of not being rich or knowing how to code, I moved to Oakland, where my momma and my momma's momma were born. Oakland has changed A LOT from when I was growing up, and I love getting reacquainted with my roots. Like our city's logo, Oakland grounds me, it's where I've rediscovered myself and unleashed my creativity. If I were a tattoo, I'd be eyes on my eyelids so I can snooze the day without anyone noticing (which I do often.) If I were a street in Oakland, I'd be Skyline Blvd, because, the view. Favorite spot in Oakland? I love it all! But I'd have to say Redwood Regional Park...or Raj Indian in Piedmont.

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