Madame Gandhi Debuts New Single
“…a progressive feminist with an unapologetic voice.” – Los Angeles Times
Today, artist and activist Madame Gandhi (Kiran Gandhi) announced Vibrations, a short-form album set for release later this year via Sony Music. It’s the final project in a three-part series — following Voices (2016) and Visions (2019) — that looks at personal liberation, activism, being in service, and evolving in love. Along with the announcement she shared a new sneak peek with the percussive, Fela Kuti-inspired break-up anthem “Set Me Free,” which is available everywhere now.
She explains, “‘Set Me Free’ is about moving into personal freedom from a place of love, wisdom and awareness. I wanted to write a tune that makes my audience wanna dance around their house in their underwear, motivated by past relationships, situations, jobs or arrangements that no longer work for them! This song is about joyfully calling in and manifesting the life we do want, the love we do want, the people we want, and recognizing that this shift starts within. I make music with the intention of wanting to inspire change, joy, growth, evolution and happiness. It is a message that I think anyone listening can connect with.” It comes on the heels of the previously released global percussion-inspired single “Crystals & Congas.”