Kesha Keeps Exorcising Her Demons Through New Music

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 27, 2017

Kesha's comeback continues. On the heels of "Praying" and "Woman", she's just dropped the third single, "Learn To Let Go", off her third studio album, Rainbow, out August 11.

Her return to music has been lauded by fans and critics alike, with Billboard's reviewer writing: "It would be hard for even the biggest pop agnostic to not be rendered speechless by Kesha's new video and song".

"I know some of the hard times she has been through, and I was inspired by how she didn't let any of the darkness from her past creep into her life", she writes. Suddenly, the walls fall away, and she and a dance troupe bop through her good memories, with choreography based on the pretty rad dance moves she came up with as a toddler. The singer trepidly explores the surrounding forest as figures from her childhood run through the scenes. The singer is then surrounded by dancers.

The dancers are re-enacting movements from home videos showing Kesha as a child. The final part of the video shows her walking back to the TV where she listens to her past self-saying that she is happy.

Kesha has revealed a new song, "Learn To Let Go", alongside an explanation of how the song's title has become one of her "mantras over the last few years". "The only way to truly evolve is to let the past be the past and move forward with an open heart", she added. She stated that one has to learn from their mistakes but not dwell on them. We only had one more day booked with my friend and co-writer on this song, Stuart Crichton.

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