In the current wave of singer-songwriters emerging from the U.K., the 22-year-old artist Connie Constance stands alone, making indie rock-influenced, soul with poetic narratives. It’s a sound that has turned heads from the NME, i-D, and The Fader. In March, she’s about to release her debut record “English Rose”, Connie’s document on how she sees herself and her generation.
Multi-dimensional soul music that comes from the heart, the single is equipped with Charlie Di Placido (Jungle) directed visuals. Connie explains. “I want my friends and I to dress up Marie Antoinette style and be self obsessed and enjoy every moment of it – I want us to create a universe where people of our backgrounds and skin colours would have lived in castles like Knebworth instead of being cut out of British history.”