London force George Riley is intensely aware of the cultural context her art operates in.
A Black female voice in a UK music scene that remains stubbornly patriarchal, and infuriatingly white, she speaks her truth with a passionate eloquence.
New single 'Move' is part of this process, a biting, soulful exploration of the energies that underpin liberation.
It's a work informed by these past few months, and through watching - as she puts it - "white people wake up to racial inequality in real time..."
Out now, it's a crisp return, in which George Riley's fantastic voice is placed in a fresh setting by producer Oliver Palfreyman.
Amy DMB directs the full visuals, which perfectly illuminate the feelings and themes within George Riley's lyricism.
Tune in now.
Photo Credit: Annie Tobin
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