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Louisahhh - The Practice of Freedom

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The Practice of Freedom by Louisahhh

Meaty electronic songs with a teenage Punk heart

The cover art hat tip to Alice Cooper and Kiss serves to remind us that Louisahhh's debut album is intended to be theatrical and enjoyed without reservation, but, like those eighties megastars, the Paris-based US artist is quite sincere.

There's an angry whiff to many of the tracks with chugging guitars, thumping kicks and a punky verbal onslaught. Brimming with girl power and a DIY aesthetic, it's a bold and, at times, raw manifesto to a girl's life in music and love.

If you only listen to one track



Zamilska, Peaches, Miss Kittin



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Release date

12 Mar 2021


  1. Love is a Punk
  2. Like a Shot
  3. Chaos
  4. Ferocious (Contained)
  5. Master
  6. No Pressure
  7. Not Dead
  8. Numb, Undone
  9. Corrupter
  10. A Hard No
  11. Hunter / Wolf


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