Madame So – Black is Beautiful – Single Review

The England based French originating alt-rock creator Madame So is set to release the single Black is Beautiful on the 16th.

Madame So - Black Is Beautiful - artwork

Madame So – Black Is Beautiful – artwork

One senses Solange has been in the UK as long as anyone not a WASP can bear with the xenophobia of: The Daily Mail; Britain First; UKIP and a Home Secretary in Theresa May who makes the STASI appear to have been a friend of the people in the GDR as Black Is Beautiful spirals across the room.

Expounding of issues of being a female rock musician and also black to compound the unspoken bars to gaining traction Madame So delivers a smarting stripe in a song which despite the title, is intent on working towards creating a level playing field for everyone regardless of race, sex or orientation.

The pressure zone is expostulated in Black Is Beautiful, with the track becoming ever more compressed as it heads towards its climax leaving the audience to ponder the question posed – Why is colour, sex or orientation an issue?

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