#MondayMood King Princess – ‘1950’

Debuting their first ever single is vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter King Princess with the dreamy ‘1950’. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, King Princess is the product of a musical family, spending much of her childhood tinkering on the vintage Neve board in her father’s studio, learning guitar and piano along the way. At 11 she turned down a record deal in favour of finishing school, which eventually led her to USC’s Thornton School of Music for college. She studied there for a year with legendary pianist and singer Patrice Rushen before leaving USC to pursue music full time. ‘1950’ is an ode to queer love, with a beautifully shot lo-fi clip.

“‘1950’ is a love song told through the lens of queerness—historically a publicly unaccepted but incredibly rich culture. Queer love was only able to exist privately for a long time, expressed in society through coded art forms. I wrote this song as a story of unrequited love in my own life, doing my best to acknowledge and pay homage to that part of history.”

‘1950’ is the first song from King Princess’ forthcoming debut EP, set for release this spring