Just in time for Women’s History Month, Confidence Man have released a piano-house heater by the name of “Woman.” The Melbourne foursome—Janet Planet, Sugar Bones, Clarence McGuffie, and Reggie Goodchild— produce club-ready tracks fit for the heyday of the ’90s; an era of vogueing along to Grace Jones, dressing up in sexy Madonna-esque fits to hit the club, and singing along in the whip to groovy music by Deee-lite.
In this new single, illustrious NYC ballroom meets underground warehouse. The song is the third of 12 tracks to come on Confidence Man’s forthcoming sophomore album,Tilt. Due April 1 via Heavenly Recordings, the LP is runway music with a contemporary big-beat production, reminiscent of early Chemical Brothers.
The music video for “Woman” is out now and available to view in full below. In it, frontwoman Janet Planet recites a candid narrative as she slinks around, posing around other women dancing and imbibing at various locations in a dimly lit house. The song is a celebration and its narrative centers around themes of empowerment, self-sufficiency, and resilience. “I’m a woman of many words, but words, do not define me… Don’t call me the spark, I’m the fire and the flame, okay?” Planet sings.
Presave the LP here and stream the first three tracks from Tilt below.
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