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Ania ‘Poison’ : Garners and expects your full undivided attention. You’re sucked in and there could be no escape.

Ania

“The song is about a breakup and that someone who ‘breaks you. The song shows how people are focused on their own world and are ignorant of the society we live in. As people, especially millennials today, we forget and are ignorant of the corrupt political system we are apart of and are more interested in social media.”

Largely inspired by Trent Raznor of Nine Inch Nails, St Vincent, Blondie, Tool, Rage Against the Machines, L7, and Alice in Chains, Ania’s music embodies the 21st-century rock movement.

With music construction, from another dimension, the drizzling rock anthem of ‘Poison’, garners and expects your full undivided attention, as the rock n’ roll guitar works and psyche riddled zonkin’ vocals of Ania’s distinct vocal animus, you’re sucked in and there could be no escape.

Feel it.

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