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The mystique-laden Canadian artist Al Ethier releases her debut single Stardust. The track was written over the course of several months and infuses pop with hip hop. With plans to roll out a few more singles shortly that explore different narratives, the first track Stardust definitely falls into the dark-cranky pop territory with lyrics like, “I guess we all could use a little stardust, take us to the place where no one harms us” and “raise a little hell, we are just lions now, we don’t cage very well”. Ethier notes, “This song means a lot to me as a first single because even during the recording I felt so empowered. It’s about breaking boundaries and kind of wanting to get away from holding your tongue when you don’t agree with the norm.”

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