London based, French-raised singer/songwriter HERO FISHER [real name] has collaborated with Alison Mosshart and Boy George in the Mark Ronson-scored ballet Carbon Life, has opened for The Rolling Stones and Neil Young at Hyde Park, and has been shortlisted for the 2014 Glastonbury Emerging Talent Prize.
Now she shows-off her spectacular songwriting skills with a new release “I Let Love” that that has a full band vibe, rocky back-bone and brooding radiations. As Hero says, “I wanted to write a song where the focus jumped from person to person, like a contagion...”
“The idea was that each verse would be an ordinary “day in the life of” each character, and that whatever was going on was a banal and daily grind. Each character would be possessed with this spirit, making them push on through, and shake off their demons.”
This track has sinless pellucidity, with no obvious hem, and a sticky gelatin voice with pastel-coloured-layers of wafer-like imagery that are never quite as delicate as they might first seem…