Music Monday: Crow

We're beyond obsessed with Argentinian/American electric pop innovator, Crow's, new single "Go". This betty lets out her inner freak and expresses self love through songwriting, and we're inspired. Read on to find out how her musical career got started, the story behind "Go", and her upcoming California tour.

Valfré: When did you start singing and song writing?

Crow: Ever since I can remember! I used to make up songs on the playground when I was a little kid. I got bullied a lot when I was younger, and songwriting was the only thing I could turn to in the moment that soothed my pain. It wasn’t until I was 15 that I realized I could make it into a career.

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Valfré: We’re so excited for your debut single “Go”.  Tell us all about it.

Crow: I wrote ‘Go’ when I was 16 years old. At the time, it was a response to my old managers who were begging me for a “120 BPM hit”. They didn’t understand my vision as an artist or for the song, and it ended up being the vehicle that led me to leave the situation that in truth wasn’t right for me. That’s what the song is really about: letting go of what doesn’t serve you, and trusting the mystery of the future. I hope it empowers people with the freedom and courage to leave negative situations and invest in their future.

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Valfré: What’s on your wishlist at the moment?

Crow: All of Tuza Jewelry (, Patrick Church’s ‘STARS’ leather jacket and pants set (, and a Fender 50’s Precision Bass in Fiesta Red ;)

Valfré: What influences your thought process when writing?

Crow: I’m a slave to my emotions. Whatever I’m feeling in the moment is king in my mind and the heartbeat to the song I’m writing.

Valfré: Describe your style in three words.

Crow: Unconventional Sensitive Freak

Valfré: If you could go back in time to any era what would it be and why?

Crow: 70’s for the dance clubs, and because the music industry was less fucked up.

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Valfré: Tell us your top 3 fashion icons.

Crow: Sevdaliza, Kelsey Lu, FKA Twigs

Valfré: If you could collaborate with anybody who would it be?

Crow: Sevdaliza

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Valfré: Who and what influences your sound? 

Crow: My travels and collaborators.

Valfré: Do you have any exciting plans for the future you want to share with us? 

Crow: Yes! I am releasing the music video for my single ‘Go’ in the next month, and will be touring California in March.

Listen to her new single here!