If you liked Lily Allen's "It's Hard Out Here for a Bitch" but wanted a feminist anthem with a little more noise and funk, then Lowell's banging best new track, "Cloud 69," is exactly what you're looking for.

As the lead single off the Toronto-based singer-songwriter/producer/video artist's debut EP, "Cloud 69" is a bit of raw energy that is sure to draw comparisons to the likes of M.I.A., Icona Pop, and Sky Ferreria. Lowell first appeared on a collaboration with the "super group" Apparatjik on If You Can, Solve This Jumble and since then has been steadily honing her craft. With a chorus that'll get you pumped up enough to run through a gawddamn brick wall, "Cloud 69" may just be the best song we've heard all year. We'd say this is a #badbitchalert, if bitch wasn't such a derogatory term.

Listen to this bit of manic pop heaven below:



Lowell'sĀ  I Killed Sara V. is out February 25th via Arts & Crafts. You can download "Cloud 69" for free on the above widget.

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About Calvin Paradise

Calvin Paradise works as an educator in real life, even though he doesn't like children or education. Truth be told he doesn't like much of anything besides music. Calvin writes elsewhere on the internet and has a podcast that takes place exclusively inside his head.