Following up Top 5 specialty show fave “F*** Around Phase” earlier in the year, Toronto’s Housewife take the cover off their next single “King Of Wands” – a memorable “combination of rollicking indie rock guitars and earworm hooks” (Under The Radar) which we’re Thrilled to deliver to radio first!
“‘King of Wands’ is a song about the Patriarchal attempts to diminish women’s confidence in their own intuition. Women’s intuition, spirituality, and solidarity are things that keep us safe and thriving – I wanted to write a song about reclaiming that.” – Brighid Fry (aka Housewife)
ALREADY TAKING OFF AT:
+ SPOTIFY – All New Indie
+ APPLE – New In Alternative, New In Rock
+ AMAZON – Breakthrough Indie, Fresh Indie, Apologies
Fresh off a North American tour with Paolo Nutini, 20-year-old Brighid Fry (she/they), aka Housewife, creates effervescent indie rock interwoven with timeless and perspective songwriting. Already touting several independent Canadian music awards for their previous releases, their most recent EP, ‘You’ll Be Forgiven,’ received praise from outlets such as FLOOD Magazine, FLAUNT, BrooklynVegan, and more.
Housewife‘s music regularly touches on the experience of being a young, queer, AFAB person existing in a male-dominated industry. In addition to exploring these themes in their music, Fry is also an advocate for 2SLGBTQ+ rights, reproductive freedom, and environmentalism, proudly fighting for immediate government response to protect ecological catastrophes as a founding member of the Canadian chapter of Music Declares Emergency.