French trio Las Aves are continuing to share their idyllic pop beats across the globe and their brand spanking new track "Worth It" is another taste of pure pop bliss. Layered over sleek R&B-inspired synthetic thuds, lead vocalist Géraldine Baux details the importance of self-love and being proud of who you are. Baux sings: "When I was young, I used to think, that my body defined me. I couldn't stand to look in the mirror, there was always too much of me."
Las Aves do not do things by halves, their creativity is astounding and their messages intertwined within the glorious melodies are both heartwarming and empowering. Relatable to many, Las Aves really capture the feelings of youthful self-hatred. Smashing those feelings with a punchy, synth-fuelled chorus, "Worth It" is the self-empowering track that every young boy and girl should hear.
With its glimmering 00s pop features and memorable chorus, the track does the job it was made to do - making the listener internalise the importance of self-love. Having previous said, "we like the idea of hiding humour within drama… making pink lollipops laced with mercury", Las Aves are a band unafraid to take musical risks in order to act as self-loving activists. Utter babes imo.
Las Aves' new album I'll Never Give Up On Love Until I Can Put A Name On It is released today via Cinq7. Go blast your ears with some sweeeeet and sugary glittering pop.