Brazil born, London based femme fatale Laélia paints her art with eclectic musical brush that sits between the 80s and 90s, casting hints of Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Kate Bush and Gwen Stefani. Her music carries a certain “je ne sais quoi” of electro pop mastery, with Laélia falling and backwards through time to create her retro-contemporary art.
Her theatrical past influenced her explosiveness and energy, which translates into very ear and eye catching songs, videos and performances. Her passion for pop music and the desire to dance to the beat of her own drum led Laélia away from the theatre stages to share her aperture on music, and the story continues with Television. Working closely with emerging producer Inu The Strange, Laélia’s vocals reach anthemic status on this darkly mystifying track which perfectly encapsulates the peak of her energy.
On the narrative behind Television, Laélia shares “This song is special to me. Inu the Strange had this crazy idea and I fell in love with it. We worked together from songwriting all the way to the video production and I think we managed to tell this very dark story without losing the catchy pop essence.”