Kirty Announces We Are All On Fire LP
Kirty is a Toronto-based songwriter/multi-instrumentalist. Her new LP “We Are All On Fire” will be available on August 20, 2021. The album will include 9-songs including singles “God Help Us” and “Turn You On”.
We Are All On Fire Track Listing
- Something About You
- God Help Us
- We are All On Fire
- This Year’s Been Hell
- I Want Your Love
- I Miss You
- Turn You On
- You Ripped My Heart Out
- Money and Wolves
Statement from Kirty about “God Help Us”
On March 8, 2021, Kirty releases “God Help Us”.
God Help Us is a tiny window into my thoughts in moments where I’ve felt like I’m watching the world fall to pieces. Witnessing a series of the most horrible things happening in the world, strung together in half an hour of television is an intense feeling, and we’re all absorbing this waterfall of information every single day.
Kirty quote about the new music video directed by Matthew Angus with art direction from Raven Shields
The video plays with themes of fire and ice, and by the end of the video everything’s on fire. Not just on fire, but I’m there…watching everything burn. Isn’t that kind of how this year felt? Like you were just sitting there watching things burn?
There are moments when I feel like everything happening in the world seems so far away, and I’m left (for a moment) sitting there, hopeless, shocked, angry (etc.) at the lack of control and the impact of the damage. This song and video for me captures that moment. There are a lot of other reasons for the imagery, movements, and visuals of the video, but I’ll let people take what they need from it.
Quotes from Kirty about “Turn You On”
On May 20, 2021, Kirty releases “Turn You On”
A deceiving song title considering this has nothing to do with sex. I wrote these lyrics in a stream-of-consciousness-state one day as I was thinking about the peaks and valleys of trying to make something of yourself in the music business. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
Kirty’s statement about the new music video directed by Anne Douris and featuring Canadian Actor and Comedian Chris Locke
It’s about feeling consumed, overwhelmed, overworked, and overly digested, and Anne’s concept and treatment matches that sentiment in a splendidly gory way
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