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Ana Lola Roman puts the pieces together with new single Jigsaw

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21 June 2011

Ana Lola Roman challenges the vision of a renaissance woman; multi-talented she a songstress, video artist and an incredibly charismatic performer. Her new single Jigsaw is no less eclectic, combining a dark meditate soundscape with intelligent social commentary that is contagiously danceable.

The single was recorded and co-produced in NYC with visionary producer and computer game composer Jean Luc Sinclair (Nine Inch Nails, Scissor Sisters). Jigsaw sounds almost tribal as Roman contrasts a hypnotic early nineties riff with a torch song-esque chorus, dissolving into a final emotive cry, ‘They taped my mouth red’, she sings.

She borrows from contemporary classical music and New York minimalism combining a fragile, world-weary almost performance poet tone with the howlings of a later day prophet as she asks us to ‘Go ahead and name your price. And think twice’.

Klutch continues in a similarly intense vein blending Fleetwood Mac-esque guitars with a cinematic piano riff. This is innovative, intelligent pop; and Ana Lola Roman appears as enigmatic as an early Madonna with her slicked down hair and attention grabbing moves.

Jigsaw/ Klutch is set for release on the 27th June 2011. For music and tour dates check out her website.

For those that can’t wait that long check out her latest video here Ana Lola Roman.


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