Victoria Canal considers body image with her pair of new singles: ‘Shape’ and ‘She Walks In’

She's teasing a new EP, due this summer, too.
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Victoria Canal has dropped two new singles.

‘Shape’ and ‘She Walks In’ are her first new tracks since the release of 2022’s ‘Elegy’ EP, and are both taken from a new EP due later this summer.

“I wrote ‘Shape’ and ‘She Walks In’ as sister songs,” she explains. “They’re both about experiencing body dysmorphia and comparison: Shape is the lighter, playful side of wanting to accept my body, while She Walks In is the dark underbelly that reveals the disabled experience. It’s the first time I’m writing about my body, so it feels vulnerable but important to me.”

Check them out below.

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