Consequence’s June Artist of the Month Nova Twins try to make sense of the stability between the battling parts of sunshine and darkness on their charming sophomore launch, Supernova (out as we speak, June seventeenth). Amy Love (guitar and vocals) and Georgia South (bass) as soon as once more show to be a power of nature.
All through Supernova, Nova Twins stability peace and chaos, all whereas projecting their progress as artists and people. “It has gentle and shade… regardless of how unhealthy it will get or chaotic life may be, there’s at all times an finish via that chaos. The album to us was an outlet, it was our manner ahead,” Love tells Consequence. “We hope when individuals take heed to it, they really feel that very same power like they’ll get via something, take cost of their life, and take possession. Predominant character power all the best way.”
In the meantime, the necessity for illustration and justice for the Black neighborhood continues to be one of many driving forces for Love and South’s music. On “Cleopatra,” a observe that holds the essence of Supernova, Love and South unapologetically claiming their energy as warriors and fighters, in search of to make sense of the advanced feelings that accompanied the Black Lives Matter motion.
Elsewhere, “Puzzles” embraces the duo’s freedom of their sexuality. A music finest described as purely explosive, “Puzzles” is an important observe on Supernova that highlights the challenge’s celebration of life.
Take heed to Nova Twins’ Supernova and take a look at the inspiration behind every observe under.