RedHook have shared a new track with a vital message at its core, and one that is sad to still be such a reality.
RedHook have shared a new track, and continue to bring the energy.
It’s called ‘Say’ and is a quintessential piece of vibrant and colourful pop-rock.
Though it has a much more serious message at its core, focusing on the sexism that vocalist Emmy Mack has experienced as a woman in the music industry.
Here’s her account:
“When I was first starting out, I was told in no uncertain terms that I had a ‘use-by date’, I was pressured to dumb down my ‘image’ and conform to a more palatable ‘female rock artist’ stereotype; and I was repeatedly made to feel like my opinion didn’t matter when it came to my own music and career. And even though it does feel like things are starting to shift in a more positive direction, with the #metoo movement and now this Raising Their Voices report helping to bring these issues out of the shadows, we clearly still have a long way to go.
I hope my little trauma dump on ‘‘SAY’ helps empower people who’ve copped similar bullshit in any aspect of life. My vision for the song is to be a loud and impetuous ‘fuck you’ to anyone who’s ever tried to make anyone else in this world feel voiceless or small.”
Here it is, it’s an important one:
It follows on from ‘Jabberwocky’ which sounds like this: