rock out to sate’s ‘dirty little lie’
By Erin White
January 24, 2019
She stole the show last year at AFROPUNK Atlanta and now SATE is gearing up for another year of epic new music.
Combining a raw, blistering punk-rock sound with a blues-y cool, the powerhouse vocalist from Toronto embraces grittiness in her new banger, “Dirty Little Lie.” Dripping in sexuality and sweat, “Dirty Little Lie” was produced by award-winning Canadian songwriter/musician/producer Hill Kourkoutis and written by SATE herself. “‘Dirty Little Lie” was inspired by watching the influx of police brutality, Trump supporters and the fetishization of brown bodies’ pain and humanity,” says SATE. “Then, re-framed as a fucked up power struggling gas lighting boundary disrespecting relationship. It’s meant to shine a light in the murk of our conditioning’s and ask who are you under the influence of – the angel or the devil? And it’s also inspired by the Devil card in the tarot.”
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