KUČKA’s heard your requests – returning this October with her crowd-pleasing cover of t.A.T.u’s ‘All The Things She Said’.
A highlight from KUČKA’s phenomenally transporting live show, including a standout play at Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, has seen KUČKA inundated by fans requesting its official release.
On her cover of the 2002 classic, KUČKA’s delicate and dreamy vocals sit on top of a jagged synth arrangement and a uniquely-drum ’n’ bass sequence. The result is a vibrant slice of nostalgic electro-pop and a stunning celebration of queer love; a true reclamation of an anthem with a complicated legacy, matched equally by the single’s artwork capturing KUČKA and her wife Dillion Howl sharing a passionate moment.
KUČKA said: “I was in school when t.A.T.u first came onto the scene with this track and it terrified me. It was everywhere. I was so embarrassed when it would come on tv in front of my family, that my reaction to it would somehow out me. If I changed the channel too quickly it would draw attention to it but if I left it on I was enjoying it too much. How problematic the creators were doesn't interest me much now since the cultural landscape is much different (and it's been discussed at great lengths) but I am happy to be able to finally enjoy this absolute banger of a tune. Playing it out has been incredible and has inspired many super queer make out sessions at my live shows so I'm happy to contribute to reclaiming this track and creating a new legitimately queer legacy for it!”