Marie-Clo – Trophy Wife [Listen]

Marie-Clo dropped the new single called Trophy Wife.
The first single from her upcoming EP called Shell(e) Pt. I, which comes out on June 12, 2020.

About the song:
Drawing experience as a hockey wife.
Marie-Clo seen the private inner workings of this industry, the secrets it hides, the behaviours it permits, and the sexism which permeates it.
In hindsight, she became an observer in my her relationship; it was a sociological opportunity to witness something rare, yet painful.
Working with Polaris shortlisted Oliver Fairfield (FET.NAT, Leif Vollebekk, Andy Shauf, Timber Timbre) on “Trophy Wife,” she wanted to tell her own story as a reminder that any woman can be a victim of sexism.
Our significant other’s selective kindness, status, and desirability are never worth the pain.
During her marriage, she was the difficult wife; the one hockey organizations had their eyes on because she had the potential to change the alkalinity of the team with her “radical views.”
Hockey wives are treated as nothing and yet everything.
This dichotomy is eerily similar to how our society views women in general.

This song is a call to be aware of transactional love; love in which you are an item with an attributed value, and not an individual.
Trophy Wife gets:

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