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ANOHNI AND THE JOHNSONS - Can't (Radio Date: 04-12-2023)

ANOHNI AND THE JOHNSONS - Can't (Radio Date: 04-12-2023)

ANOHNI and the Johnsons
presenta il nuovo singolo

e appare sulla copertina di CRACK


“Anohni’s voice sounds delicate, angry, and exhausted, as she grieves track by track — for the unfulfilled promises of civil rights[...] for the immolation of a world succumbing to ecocide.”
— Rolling Stone, The Best Albums of 2023 So Far
“‘It Must Change’ [is] a deeply felt protest song with targets between the personal and political, and gorgeously lush production worthy of Sigma Sound Studios in the ’70s. Organic, emotional, timely, timeless.”
— Billboard, The 25 Best Pride Songs of 2023 (So Far): Staff Picks

 ANOHNI ha condiviso il nuovo singolo "Can't". Il brano è tratto dal suo ultimo album "My Back Was a Bridge For You To Cross".

ANOHNI descrive il processo creativo di My Back Was A Bridge For You To Cross, il suo primo album dopo l'acclamato HOPELESSNESS del 2016, come minuzioso, ma anche ispirato, gioioso e intimo, un rinnovamento e una ridefinizione della sua risposta al mondo così come lo vede. Con questo album, l'approccio di ANOHNI è cambiato passando da sfidare la negazione globale a un'artista che cerca di sostenere gli altri in prima linea. "I learned with HOPELESSNESS that I can provide a soundtrack that might fortify people in their work, in their activism, in their dreaming and decision-making. I can sing of an awareness that makes others feel less alone, people for whom the frank articulation of these frightening times is not a source of discomfort but a cause for identification and relief. I want the work to be useful, to help others move with dignity and resilience through these conversations we are now facing". 
My Back Was A Bridge For You To Cross esprime una visione del mondo attraverso diversi tipi di soggetti. Attraverso una lente personale, ANOHNI affronta la perdita di persone care, la disuguaglianza, l'alienazione, l'accettazione, la crudeltà, l'ecocidio, la devastazione causata dalle teologie abramitiche, il femminismo del futuro e la possibilità di trasformare i nostri modi di pensare, le nostre idee spirituali, le nostre strutture sociali e le nostre relazioni con il resto della natura.


 Listen to My Back Was A Bridge For You To Cross
Watch ANOHNI and the Johnson’s “It Must Change” Video

Watch ANOHNI and the Johnson’s “Sliver of Ice” Video

Watch ANOHNI & Hunter Schafer’s “Why Am I Alive Now?” Video

Praise for ANOHNI &
My Back Was A Bridge For You To Cross
"The soulful opus, which tracks environmental sorrow and personal loss, couldn’t be more evocative in a time of record temperatures and inauspicious orange skies." — INTERVIEW
“The uncompromising art-pop musician [is] known for her otherworldly, multi-octave voice, her multidisciplinary visual art and her devotion to clarifying abuses of power” 
— The New York Times
“A writer of manifestos who can boast of an Oscar nomination and a spot on Rolling Stone’s list of the top 200 singers of all time, she commands a sense of gravitas more common to Nobel laureates than working musicians.”  — The Atlantic
"ANOHNI traces her own pathway to reconnect to an animal spirit of self-preservation"
— Bandcamp
“One of the year’s best albums, a record that sits easily alongside those by the forebears Anohni so admires.” — The Wall Street Journal
“​​[My Back Was A Bridge For You To Cross] balances beauty and catastrophe with moments of devastation, tales of violence, and songs about the loss of loved ones, all of them crafted with a restrained sonic palette.” — them.
"ANOHNI is returning with a statement that’s softer in tone than her last, but no less deliberate in its message." — The FADER
“ANOHNI has crafted a record that bridges distinct times in both history and her life—as well as one that addresses the struggles that minorities have faced” — FLOOD


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