The Leeds outfit are continuing to show just how huge they’re going to become, now with the release of Power.
A state of empowerment surrounds Actor, as their previous track Girls Do promoted giving a middle finger to the male gaze, while Power preaches self-love.
On Power, Louisa Osborn develops upon the mysticism of Girls Do, as her vocals draw strength upon admiration and insecurities towards others, while the dynamic rise within Power’s choruses provide moments for Actor’s power to be both bold and confident. Gently shifting from subdued guitars tones to energetic riffs, Power enforces the relentless courage of Osborn, as her vocals demand attention, soaring effortlessly into the minds of every listening.
It’s okay to be envious, but Osborn is leading the way to a more confident and self-loving future.