Connie Constance – Miss Power

A fine mixture of broad-ranging styles...

Commanding a blend of genres that epitomise the grit harnessed by noughties indie rock, Watford-born Connie Constance’s debut is the perfect soundtrack to a coming-of-age romcom. 

‘Miss Power’ is a wandering exploration of love songs; relevant to both platonic and romantic relationships as well as self-discovery.  

Lashed with swathes of distant bittersweet nostalgia, the record dabbles with elements of funk, electronic, indie and pop to form beautiful airy vocals and infectious guitar melodies, punctuated by rolling drums, through to delicate folk tracks which demonstrate the breath of Constance’s lyrical prowess. 


Words: Madeline Smith

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