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Grand Pax has announced her new EP, 'PWR'

She's shared the title-track, too.
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Published: 11:27 pm, April 30, 2020
Grand Pax has announced her new EP, 'PWR'

Grand Pax has announced her new EP, 'PWR'.

Due for release on 26th June, the news arrives alongside a video for the title-track directed by Netti Hurley, inspired by teenage boredom and adventure.

“’PWR’ is like a dream sequence for me,” says Pax. “Its subject matter could easily be melancholy however for some reason it came out in colour, hopeful and sweet. When I hear it, I think of a time when I felt free enough to pursue the things I wanted in the moment.”

“Netti is a visionary,” she adds of the clip. “She’s like a translator, only instead of language she works with visuals. It’s not an easy thing to find somebody who actually sees the thing you’re trying to depict, but she does.”

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