Kesha‘s dramas have been well-documented in recent years and, having achieved a commendable comeback with 2017’s slightly sombre ‘Rainbow,’ she’s back to her rowdy ways with newly announced album ‘High Road.’
Speaking on the project, which is due in January, the singer said:
“I’m so excited to share my new music with y’all. I feel like this time around I’ve reclaimed my love of life. And I’ve decided to ‘fight for my right to party’…on my own terms!!”
To set the tone, Kesha has uncaged lead single ‘Raising Hell’ – which features Big Freedia.
Renown for her quirky visuals, she continues along said trajectory with this Luke Gilford clip that lives up to the song’s title.
Check it out….
Catchy song, great video!
Kudos for also maturing her output; because she could have driven the reductive route and conjured up a carbon copy of her debut sound and aesthetic. On some “going back to me” ish. Instead, she draws on the aspects of what worked and places them in the context2000-and-now — with solid results.
‘High Road,’ the cover of which can be seen below, arrives January 10th 2020 via RCA Records: