British-Indian rock artist Pryti returns with ‘Warning Sign’!

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British-Indian rock artist Pryti returns with her new single from forthcoming full-length album. ‘Warning Sign’ is a track that was written throughout the #MeToo movement and touches upon the theme of leaving toxic relationships.

“Reading women’s experiences with toxic relationships the title of the song came to me and I had a story in my head where she sees her ex and remembers what attracted her but remembers all the bad things and doesn’t want him back ‘you should have come with a warning sign’.”

“‘Warning Sign was the first song I wrote after Tales of a Melancholic I wanted to go in a different direction I pushed myself hard to become a better songwriter, musician and vocalist I’m really excited for people to hear what I’ve been working on for the past few years”, Says Pryti.

Her forthcoming full-length album (details TBA) features music with elements of alternative rock, metal and indie electronica, with influences ranging from Now Now, Halsey and PVRIS to Emma Ruth Rundle and Chelsea Wolfe.

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