Single of the Day: Left. “No Way” (2016)

Sydney electronic duo Left. have released another engaging and evocative piece of music in their new single, “No Way”. Sarah Corry‘s vocal is delicate in delivery and the message drives hard and stands out as the main feature.

An uplifting anthem of empowerment and a response to the increasing number of publicised (and non-publicised) domestic violence cases against women in this country, “No Way” is Corry’s message is a strong one.

“I want to be able to say something in our songs, to use my voice as much as I can in a positive way.” Corry has said. “‘No Way’ was written in this time where we see so much deep seeded, dark abuse and mistreatment of women. Women’s bodies being found raped and destroyed by their partners – it hurts me so much to see this. I decided to write a song that was bursting with positivity and a powerful message that we have the power to own our bodies, our lives, our fate.”

The tune itself features some great production courtesy of Styalz Fuego and Nic Martin – a punchy electro-pop beat ruminating beneath Corry’s striking vocals. Definitely worth your attention.

Photo: Cole Bennetts


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