Indiana's debut album was a real delight, one of 2015's more intriguing pop statements.
Minimalist production meets moody melodies and lyrical introversion, the UK talent underlined her precocious potential in some style.
Taking a short break to find renewed focus, Indiana is now ready to strike once more.
New cut 'Bad Luck' airs first on Clash, and it's a dark-edged return from a powerful pop voice.
Indiana explains: “All my songs are exaggerated versions of myself or something about me. ‘Bad Luck’ explores the tendency I sometimes have of fucking up someone’s life without meaning to.”
Darkly divine production topped off by that enthralling vocal, 'Bad Luck' casts a spell from the first note.
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