frances mistry – ‘pick at my skin’

Frances Mistry unleashes fiery social commentary with ‘pick at my skin’

Pick at my skin
Frances Mistry image via Press Photo

Hailing from the vibrant musical scene of Brighton, Frances Mistry discovered her musical calling at the age of ten, delving into the world of classical piano.

Frances Mistry, a member of the Loud LDN collective, has unveiled her latest single, ‘pick at my skin,’ and it’s a sonic journey that seamlessly blends punchiness with delicate nuances. As a refreshingly original autistic artist, Frances weaves autobiographical tales into her music, driven by haunting melodies and assertive guitar riffs.

In a recent conversation about her latest single, Frances sheds light on the inspiration behind ‘pick at my skin.’ She reveals:

“This track is about how billionaires are dangerous for the world and for society. It touches on how current governments are allowing these massive companies and billionaires to get what they want and continue to pollute the world so they can make as much profit as they possibly can. It is essentially an angry letter towards that.”

Listen to ‘pick at my skin’ on your favorite streaming service.

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