English musician Anna Calvi is releasing her third studio album, Hunter, at the end of the month. It’s her first record since 2013’s One Breath. Today, she’s shared the second single and title track off the album. Backed by the pulsating beat of breathes, the song “sees Calvi celebrating the transcendent aspects of pleasure and finding a home and community in queer spaces,” according to a press release. It also explores “a more subversive sexuality, which goes further than what is expected of a woman in our patriarchal heteronormative society." “Hunter” follows last month’s “Don’t Beat the Girl Out of My Boy,” which spoke on the conditioned gender roles. Hunter is out August 31 via Domino. Below, listen to “Hunter” and watch Calvi’s 2011 KEXP in-studio session.
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