A music video for Pupil Slicer‘s “Collective Unconscious” made its method on-line right this moment, October 14th. That music closes out the band’s debut album “Mirrors“, which was launched this previous March. It’s also the title observe to a brand new digital EP that noticed a launch right this moment as nicely.
A reside efficiency of “Mirrors Are Extra Enjoyable Than Tv” and the band’s beforehand launched cowl of Converge‘s “Concubine” spherical out that launch. Vocalist/guitarist Kate Davies commented of “Collective Unconscious“:
“The music is about coming to phrases with being trans and the quantity of vitriol and unconscious bias in society round it, in addition to my very own internalised transphobia. Principally, after realising I used to be trans there wasn’t any approach to un-learn that truth, so there was just one choice: going ahead regardless of realizing how exhausting issues could possibly be.
The thought of nearly all of society being conditioned from beginning to giggle at and dismiss every thing about trans folks, and there being no willingness to find out about struggles or to attempt to assist. The best way most media paints trans folks is as sexual predators, simply plain delusional or a risk to everybody round them.
A method of coping grew to become dissociation; disconnecting from what folks say and the way you are feeling, in order that the negativity can’t have an effect on you as a lot, distancing your self from your individual emotions as a lot as you possibly can so that you just don’t really feel something both method.”
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