The Icelandic punk rock band with an oddly deranged sound, Tófa, self-released the track “Hoof” from their debut EP, Fleetwood Max. The band breaks the wall of what’s acceptable and unacceptable in performance art by creating a dank appearance with heavy vocal direction, and weaving in a destructive to confusing to despairing artistic path.
Female empowerment is truly the piñata-height in this track, most commonly recognized in many female dominant rock bands like Sleater-Kinney and Alabama Shakes. Sung by Colorado-born singer/songwriter Allie Doersch, her tone is flinty, blaring, and overwhelmed by the art of womanhood: “Wet and undressed/ Sprinkled with the best/ So we believe that/ We are masterpieces.”
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