Listen King Princess shares ‘Pussy Is God’

King Princess shares ‘Pussy Is God’

The new track follows the buzzy newcomer’s ‘Make My Bed’ EP.

King Princess recently finished up her debut UK and European tour on the back of her ‘Make My Bed’ EP, and she’s now returned with a new song.

‘Pussy Is God’ comes alongside the announcement of a new US headline tour, taking place in January and February of next year.

The new track comes complete with its own video, which sees Mikaela Strauss going green screen wild.

We recently profiled King Princess for the Neu section of the magazine, in which the soon-to-be-superstar talked about her status as a queer pop star for a new generation.

“I think there’s a lot of amazing queer people in this country who are waiting for an opportunity to show themselves and express themselves through their art,” she told us. “That goes for every minority group in this country, we’re all connected by this common cause.”

Read the interview here, and watch the ‘Pussy Is God’ video and view the US tour dates below.

JANUARY
17 Minneapolis, First Avenue
18 Chicago, Metro
20 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
21 Montreal, Corona Theatre
23 Brooklyn, Warsaw
24 New York, Irving Plaza
25 Boston, Royale
27 Washington DC, 9:30 Club
28 Philadelphia, TLA
30 Atlanta, Terminal West
31 Nashville, EXIT/IN

FEBRUARY
02 Dallas, Granada Theatre
03 Austin, Emos
06 Phoenix, Crescent
08 Los Angeles, Fonda

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