Toronto's experimental pop artist unveils a new single and video for "Muscle Memory."

Following her latest release Health, Kira took a step back to focus on treatment for anxiety and depression. Inspired by her experience, she wrote a full-length album as a documentation of that journey entitled Sense. The album - scheduled to drop this Spring, was co-produced, engineered, and mixed by Sandro Perri.

She says the track "explores the ways in which our bodies hold onto our painful histories. This is partially a love song for my body, which continuously strives to protect me and push for my physical and emotional survival, but it is also an exploration of the “letting go” required to move forward. When past traumas are no longer dangerous to us, although well-meaning, our bodies’ attempts to protect us can actually become harmful."

Directed by Allison Johnston, the music video brought the sentiment of the song to life in the video, in which we see past experiences and vulnerabilities emerge from within the body itself.

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