London-Based Pop Shoegazer Avante Black Releases “Acid Love”

Girl Gang got to ask London-based up & comer Avante Black about her latest tune “Acid Love”. We recently stumbled upon her through Sofar London’s online series:

She says she, “had taken inspiration in Moodyman when we developed the beat. As soon as we started playing some chords the lyrics came very naturally. I had just found new love and was exploding with excitement.”

Hear Avante Black’s “Acid Love” below: 

 

“I think there has been a lot of focus on image and age being a female artist. Rather than just music. Which can sometimes be frustrating. It’s a tough industry and it will definitely play on your insecurities. It has, however, taught me a lot.”

Avante Black

Follow Avante Black

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Avante Black’s Girl Gang Picks

Laurel

“I’d recommend my friend Laurel. She is so so talented and so beautiful. Her music is so raw and pure. A true inspiration.”

Hinds

“Also my girls from Hinds. They’re probably the first people you’d want at your party! They’re so much fun and incredible. I think they are a massive inspiration to young women just loving what they do and being such great humans doing it.”

Tags:

You May Also Like

HAVE YOU HEARD: “White Boards” by Nina Smith

Nina Smith is a TK-based RnB pop singer-songwriter whose latest EP reached #4 on the ...

Q&A w/ UK-based Jessica Murae on her latest “Like Magic”

UK-based based singer/songwriter Jessica Murae draws most of her lyrics from things around her; ...

Emily Mest Releases Debut Single “Laurel Canyon” & Shares Her Story

Emily Mest started singing at the age of 5 in her hometown of Bethlehem, ...