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Pixx has shared another new track, 'Andean Condor'

It's the third single to arrive from her forthcoming album, 'Small Mercies'.
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Published: 7:25 pm, May 07, 2019
Pixx has shared another new track, 'Andean Condor'

Pixx has shared the third single to arrive from her forthcoming album, 'Small Mercies'.

Titled 'Andean Condor', it serves as the album's opener. You can check it out below.

"This song is written about the link between wo/mankind and nature," Hannah Rodgers says. "It is important to recognise how many times women have to face the absurdity of male hierarchy in our modern world. Having had endless conversations with (certain) men who justify the inequality of the sexes by comparing themselves to animals, I thought what better way to help them than to remind those men that they are supposed to be human, with emotional capacity and growth."

It follows up on 'Bitch' and 'Disgrace' in previewing 'Small Mercies', which is set to arrive on 7th June.

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