Husk new release – ‘My Innocence’

❉ Trans non-binary artist HUSK previews “a song that you can dance to about new exciting queer love.”

A thunderous Pop banger, that could be the soundtrack in a neon roller disco, ‘My Innocence’ is new from trans non-binary artist, HUSK, for digital release on August 11th.

Getting its debut play on Gaydio’s national breakfast show with Dean McCullough, HUSK says ‘My Innocence’ is all about the good times: ‘I just wanted to make a song that you could dance to about new exciting queer love.’

Akin to the likes of Erasure, Pet Shop Boys, Years & Years, and Bright Light Bright Light, with strong disco influences too, trans masc & non-binary HUSK is a self-confessed hairbrush diva, naturally making infectious Gay Disco & 80’s Synthpop offering fun, catharsis and unapologetic vibes: ‘I’m here to take up space in a world that doesn’t want me to’.

As well as being named Dean McCullough’s ‘One To Watch’ on Gaydio’s national breakfast show, HUSK has also had support from 6 Music’s Tom Robinson & BBC Radio Cymru’s Janice Long, BBC Introducing in Manchester and funding from Superbia of Manchester Pride.

HUSK puts Pride front and centre. With the increase in LGBT+ hate, particularly towards the trans community, visibility, representation and empowerment through music, has never been more important!

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