Bewitching electro-pop singer, Damoiselle, has burst onto the scene with the debut of her new single, “Play.” Featuring a “good versus evil” theme, the song represents the struggle in finding balance between artistry and the life corporatists want us to lead. With lyrics that touch on the primal need to create, while being pulled in many different directions, Damoiselle pushes listeners to give in to those urges and simply play.

The European dual-pop songstress plans to turn the world upside down by making fans do more than just listen, but to think about the dual meaning in everything. Damoiselle encourages fans to grow into their own, instead of modeling themselves after others. “Most artists now don’t sing about the philosophical side of life,” mentions Damoiselle, challenging listeners to think about “all the possibilities and interpretations of life.” In her own words, she pushes for a “peaceful rebellion, never anarchy or chaos.” Damoiselle is cut from the same of cloth as other impassioned artists like Madonna, David Bowie and Queen, but envisions leading a new era of music.

As Damoiselle puts it, “The voice doesn’t stand out in my song, it just makes the song more noble, like adding vanilla to dessert. The purpose of my music is to obtain a piece of art in the end, not be the center of attention. My voice is like a single instrument in the middle of an orchestra.”

“Play” precedes a visually spectacular video, out later this Spring, with more music to follow later in 2016. Be sure to check out the song for “Play” here and stay in the loop by checking out her Facebook.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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