Within the Jade Ang Jackman-directed video for “Echo,” songwriter and composer Lucinda Chua pays complicated homage to the 2000s movies—Kill Invoice; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; Girl Vengeance—that provided Chua, a South London teenager with Malaysian and Chinese language roots, the next-best factor to illustration. The after-image that these closely stylized, typically grotesque movies left on Chua’s eyelids is immediately legible, from its scarlet-against-snow-white compositions and chiaroscuro to Chua’s languid fan dancing. She’s known as “Echo”—which accompanies the announcement of her debut album Yian—a “pop track about ancestral trauma,” and the track seemingly performs out within the concussed emotional house that follows psychic contusion. “Holding onto a lot ache/I received’t be your echo once more,” she murmurs. There aren’t many phrases bouncing round inside this tiny cathedral of a track, constructed from simply her voice and a few blotted keyboards. However Chua summons ghosts with each pregnant pause, unstated ideas swirling the track’s combine like room tone.
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