Doused in alt-rock, Queen Cult drop their new single ‘It Matters to Me’
Hailing from Macclesfield, three-piece Queen Cult returns with an offering that is addictive and oozing in distortion, earth-shattering vocals and arena-ready guitar licks.
Influences ranging from Paramore, Royal Blood and Nothing But Thieves, ‘It Matters to Me’ lead singer Maisie wrote the track, which abled her to understand someone close to her much more. It offers themes of empowerment and femininity.
Speaking on the track, she gave us an insight: “This song was written for a friend. I wanted to understand it from her perspective and to give her a platform that would radiate with empowerment, after such distrust and pain she had endured. I wanted to show her she is not alone and how undeserving that moment was for her. I wanted her to feel heard since she felt she had been silenced by that moment. For anyone else unheard or needing that feeling of empowerment in a moment where your femininity or dignity felt stolen. I hear you. You’re valid. It matters.”
Upon gathering momentum through their releases, Queen Cult are set to play an array of shows and have announced a headline tour for February 2023.
14th February Brighton. Green Door Store
15th February London. Paper Dress Vintage
16th February Sheffield. Sidney & Matilda
17th February Manchester. YES Basement
23rd February Portsmouth. Edge of the Wedge
Words: Geo Blackman
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