Having already burst onto the scene near the end of last year with her stunning debut single ‘Bone Collector’, which was subsequently played on BBC Bristol and Amazing Radio USA amongst others, Bristol-based singer-songwriter Dora Lachaise is back with her latest powerful effort ‘I Confess’.
Bringing back more of that bold and soaring sound that she displayed on her previous gem, ‘I Confess’ is a far more enticing and seductive release throughout. Taking a firm and aromatic approach to production and layering it through her own warm yet atmospheric voice, this latest offering shows us another growing side to her quickly developing sound.
Speaking about ‘I Confess’, she said, “My productions had always been based around acoustic guitars and pianos, but electronic artists like Sevdaliza and FKA twigs lured me into a different, more experimental sonic world.”
While adding, “Mary Magdalene’s story was used to pressure girls and women into behaving in a certain way. I wanted to lend my voice to Mary to defend herself, because even today, women are judged by outdated ideas.”
‘I Confess’ recently made it to the semi finals of the Dutch national ‘Art Rocks’ competition, and showing us that she is well on her way to taking her sound internationally in the months to come.