‘OUCH’ – Pamela Sue Mann’s triumphant return
NEW YORK songwriter Pamela Sue Mann is back with the release of her latest single ‘OUCH,’ now available via all streaming platforms.
Mann released her self-titled debut album in 1999 blending elements of pop, folk and electronica.
Highly original with perhaps a passing nod to the Lene Lovich school of eccentric, Mann’s work has previously been described as “a masterpiece” by veteran avant-garde musician and filmmaker, Laurie Anderson.
“I love the precision of language,” said Mann. “Poetry is a second language of the mind, intrinsically tied to music. In music there is rhythm and form, which is the same in poetry.”
The single is an angry love letter to that person who is perhaps somewhat indulgent in courting difficulty and despair. The track is intended to thwart the alienation which often happens when choosing to shrink into a helpless dark place.
OUCH was mastered by Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound (Naughty by Nature, Lady Gaga, Madonna).
Watch official video here: https://youtu.be/8Lq6xNsIisw