King Princess is an American singer and songwriter that was born and raised in Brooklyn to a musical family, learning the ability to play the guitar and piano.
She signed with Mark Ronson‘s record label, Zelig Records, releasing her debut single titled “1950” – an ode to her girlfriend, supporting the LGBTQ community.
On her debut track, she said: “Queer love was only able to exist privately for a long time, expressed in society through coded art forms. I wrote this song as a story of unrequited love in my own life, doing my best to acknowledge and pay homage to that part of history.”
However, she’s further released two more songs as non-singles titled “Send Pix” and “Sunburn”, and her latest single “Talia”, in which the music video was directed by Clare Gillen.
She said about the song: “Everyone has different ways of dealing with heartbreak. This was mine, and I hope it helps somebody else in the same way.”
In the new music video, she recreated a motel room experiences carrying out different sexual acts, crying, fighting and sleeping with different girls dolls.
Watch the music video below: