Latvian producer & singer ANNNA has launched a brand new solo project Might Delete Later.
The singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist combines her mesmerising vocals with a bubbling electro house beat, and a pinch of percussive elements that result in songs that manage to feel both deeply personal and evoke dance floor hedonism.
With previous releases on DEFECTED, Spinnin' and Soave, Might Delete Later draws inspiration from artists such as Fred Again.... and Elderbrook, for her mission to make dance music about the feelings and everyday experiences that make us human. The new release “I've Been There" is the third single from this unique project.
“'I've Been There' is a story that began with a voicemail a loved one sent me in February. It was a voicemail of sadness. Her name is Holly. Not only is she an independent musician like me, but she tours the world as a backing vocalist for a major British artist. We had exchanged our thoughts and frustrations about the world we live in. The closures, wars and other crappy things. And sometimes it's just too much. You start hyperventilating and you don't know what to do. You go to the bathroom and start crying. We've all experienced that. And this song is a message to everybody out there, "You're not alone, we've all been there" and that's exactly why I had to make a song out of this voicemail” -says the artist.
At the end of October, Might Delete Later was invited to cool off MODERAT at the AFAS live stadium in Amsterdam. This show featured live vocals, live modular synthesisers and a custom, live light show created on the spot by the artist herself. The show drew such a large crowd that the AFAS live team had to call their management and request extra time for their live show. They said they had never seen it so crowded.
Meanwhile, Might Delete Later is preparing for its EP release early next year and she's planning to bring her show to Latvia next summer.
Everyone is welcome to participate, so leave a voicemail at +31649106071 and Might Delete Later may write a song about it.