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Donna Thompson – Fever Bubbles

Donna Thompson – Fever Bubbles

Donna Thompson’s latest single, “Fever Bubbles,” has hit the airwaves, on BBC 6Music with Craig Charles. Released under PRAH Recordings, this track is a remake of an older song, reimagined with the help of Rosetta Carr and Sofia Grant at the Total Refreshment Centre, with Capitol K contributing to the recording process.

“Fever Bubbles” delves into themes of fear and perception, particularly focusing on how these elements impact Thompson’s experiences as a Black woman. She explores the constant battle against stereotypes and generational misconceptions that often overshadow meaningful connections. On a deeper level, the song addresses the struggle of relying on her senses while feeling stifled, leading to a metaphorical blindness and a reliance on love for safety in an uncertain world.

Thompson’s raw and introspective lyrics are complemented by a hauntingly beautiful production that enhances the emotional depth of the track. This single showcases her ability to blend personal experiences with universal themes, creating a resonant and impactful piece of music.

Mark your calendars for July 17, when Donna Thompson will be performing live at Rough Trade East in London as part of PRAH Recordings’ 10 Year Anniversary showcase. The event will also feature performances by Group Listening, MF Tomlinson, and TaliaBle.

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