Baby Queen’s new song ‘We Can Be Anything’ is an ode to being free – listen

It's about "non-confinement and non-conformity in the face of what is essentially absurdity"

Baby Queen, aka Bella Latham, has released her latest single, ‘We Can Be Anything’.

Shared via a live premiere on the Instagram page of Netflix smash Heartstopper, the song follows her recent single, ‘Dream Girl’. Both tracks preview her upcoming debut album, the details of which are yet to be announced.

Discussing the inspiration behind ‘We Can Be Anything’, Baby Queen explains: “I’ve been having a prolonged existential crisis for the better part of the past 5 years and would consider myself to be a nihilist in many ways, which has made being alive quite bleak at times. I think human beings really crave purpose but there is ultimately no clear-cut reason we’re here and if there is one, we’re just not intelligent enough to figure it out. Despite it all, life is beautiful and i think our lack of purpose and our insignificance gives us the greatest level of freedom. Society, culture, rules, laws – these are all constructs. I like to believe that as long as you’re not hurting people, you do have the freedom and the prerogative to do with your life what you will. That’s what this song is about: non-confinement and non-conformity in the face of what is essentially absurdity. I just want people to listen to it and feel free – because they are free”

You can check out ‘We Can Be Anything’ below.

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