Pop music has always been a topical rat race that where the sound-of-the-now gets overworked and becomes tired with artists utilising trendy sounds to get ahead. On the other side of this coin, you've got artists like Laélia marching to the beat of her own drum, defying these norms and opting to make music that will stand the test of time.
Linking with alternative artist Inu The Strange, their synergy has created a dark, deeply mystifying pop triumph that stands out by taking flavours from icons such as Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Kate Bush and Gwen Stefani. Television doesn't sound like it belongs to this era, and in the best way possible. Her Brazilian lilt and and theatrical past provide as sense of empowering electric grandeur, mixing her crisp tones with a moody, 80s infused instrumental. Be on the lookout for what's next from this wildly talented artist as she's soon to become an electro pop household name.