Doe Paoro Announces New LP & Unveils 60’s-Tinged Video For New Song “Over”

Doe Paoro, the spiritual brainchild of pop songwriter Sonia Kreitzer, has announced her new album Soft Power, a thoroughly modern collection of songs brought to life by Kreitzer’s smoldering vocal work, girl-group harmonies evocative of the Ronettes, and 60’s inspired instrumentation that feels both classic and fiercely contemporary.

To accompany the announcement, Doe Paoro has released “Over,” a new song and video (directed by Clara Mouton). A lilting track that explores the inescapable obstacle of moving on, underscored by the song’s central question, “Will I get better / Now that I’m older / does it get easier / to get over?” The accompanying visuals are a subtly surreal statement on the process of healing, set to a gorgeous Los Angeles golden hour backdrop.

Out on 19th September on ANTI- Records and aided by the ear of producer Jimmy Hogarth (Amy Winehouse, Sia, Paolo Nutini), Soft Power is a significant and soulful departure for Doe Paoro – recorded live to tape in a London studio with a top-shelf cast of musicians who have recorded with the likes of Adele, Brian Eno and Joe Strummer, ‘Soft Power’ bears a raw true-to-self vitality through an indelible batch of songs all written by Kreitzer with the help of songwriters from around the world.

Soft Power Tracklist:
1. Over
2. Cage of Habits
3. Guilty
4. Loose Plans
5. Cruelty of Nature
6. Second Door
7. Fading Into Black
8. The Projector
9. Together Apart
10. Roman
11. Walk Through The Fire
12. The Vine

Photo Credit: Rinny Perkins
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