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Sir Woman, Austin Music Award's Best New Act of 2020, was primed to hit the road promoting its much-anticipated debut album Party City, when the world changed. With fewer reasons to celebrate, soul-singer Kelsey Wilson (Wild Child, Glorietta) ditched the party vibe she planned for her maiden, solo debut in favor of a more aptly titled record for troubled times.
The EP's title track, "Bitch," took on new meaning after the world shut down. When Wilson belts, "You've been a bitch, baby," it's as if a year at the crossroads of coronavirus crisis and national civil unrest is the unintended target of the soul singer's angsty honesty.
"This EP is me finding what makes me feel good and falling in love with myself. A mix of everything that makes my body move—pop, soul, gospel, funk, folk, and R&B. It feels so right to make a record that has my actual heart in it," Wilson said. "These songs are the part of me that wants to help people fall in love with themselves through music."