WWWater adresses the shortcomings of social networks on “Screen”

With her new banger “Screen”, WWWater wants to free us from our status of slaves-to-the-screen.

Following up on her promising 2017 EP La Falaise, Charlotte Adigéry, aka WWWATER, is back with a buoyant new track. With “Screen”, the Ghent-based singer-songwriter and producer places unhealthy internet behaviour and social network addiction on blast. If you’re chasing likes on Instagram, have mastered the art of scrolling, stalk people on Facebook, or need the opinion of influencers on Twitter to help form your own, then you’re one of the victims she half-ironically sings about.

“Screen” also comes with an amazing Tina Herbots-directed video that will remind you of those interminable seconds you have to wait when your connection freezes. Energetic and rebellious, “Screen” is certainly going to warm up Adigery‘s upcoming gigs (that you need to experience IRL, with your phone off obviously).

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