Riding on a roller coaster of softly puncturing bumps, releasing vocal gyrations, and jumping in and out of deep Disclosure-esque house beats, the young songstress, Kiah Victoria, comes once again, charging into our audial sphere with "Tralala."
The track was birthed from a lapse in technology ;the failure of files to transfer and consoles to operate became a perhaps fate-driven and productive problem which lead to improvisation in the live room, an irresistible demo by Kiah's band's keys player, Rahm, and eventually the creation of Miss Victoria's newest single, and your EARMILK exclusive.
Kiah's hope for listeners of the track is that they end up moving their bodies, infected by the playful and lingo-based nature of the song. Her next scheduled show is on September 6 at Joe's Pub, but she will be performing plenty of times before then. Keep tabs on her whereabouts here.