Queen Kwong Explains How New Album Couples Only Is About Gratitude Validation

Queen Kwong Explains How New Album Couples Only Is About Gratitude Validation ...

From the dark and industrial-tinted opening notes of I Know Who You Are, it's clear that Queen Kwong's new album comes from a place that's profoundly personal and equally powerful. Throughout eleven tracks, Queen Kwong (nee Carre Kwong Callaway) unleashes a visceral howl of pain, sadness, grief, and ultimately, closure. It's the soundtrack to the longest night of your life, the one that continues to guide you up until the first

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Theres the fear of being wronged on the EDMR ATM (Gave up the baby and the home wrecker won), a reflection on the vindictive nature of deception in Giver Taker Faker (Make me a God, give me your grace) and the joy that comes with acceptance, as seen on the closer, Without You, Whatever. Overall, Couples Only is a fascinating journey from beginning to finish and will resonate with anyone who has been cut, scraped, bruised, or beaten

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Although it was made during three weeks of improvisation, nothing was pre-written lyrically or musically, and everything was recorded on the spot Couples Only essentially began in 2018, when Carre was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. Two months later, her marriage fell apart, and she was left homeless with only a suitcase and two guitars.

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I initially felt that making Couples Only was my only option to call out wrongdoers, punch them in the throat, and inform them that I know who they are, according to Queen Kwong. Despite the fact that the record is out in the world, I realize my desire for it to be deeper and bigger than that. Regardless, anyone who has experienced adversity may reassure them that their opinions are valid.

Queen Kwongs has released her first album since 2018, Love Me to Death. In the years between projects, Carre took a break to focus on events outside of the music world. She founded a brand-new skincare line called B A T H C U L T, launched the Never Meet Your Idols podcast, and appeared in the American Primitive film series Quarentina.

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Carre and a band of well-known musicians collaborated on keys and synths, alongside SwansKristof Hahn and Bill Gates of The Cure. Carre worked closely with Joe CardamoneofThe Icarus Line, and Tad Blake of The Arctic Monkeys, Elvis Costello, and Fiona Apple to produce the recordings.

Couples Only is now available on YouTube. Pre-order the vinyl version here.

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