June 01, 2021 1 min read

London-born, British South Asian multi- instrumentalist and songwriter Teenage Sequece are excited to present “All This Art,” a track that turns a scathing eye on the small indignities and hypocrisies of a music industry that doesn’t want to face  its own racial shortcomings. Clocking in at 6:29 of spoken word over a dance beat as bright, tart and cutting as the song’s lyrics, “All This Art” disregards the rules of modern pop and alternative songwriting in favor of brutal honesty and bittersweet fun.

Teenage Sequence’s Dewan-Dean Soomary had the following to share about the track:

"All This Art’ is as much about the systemic racism of the UK music industry as it is my own  neurosis, as serious about these subjects as it (an attempt at being) humorous - in a sort of ‘if you don’t laugh, you’d stare blankly into the void wondering what’s the point‘ way.  I never intended for the first Teenage Sequence single to be 6.23 seconds of the same beat (pop career suicide), but here we are!"



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