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Purson's Rosalie Cunningham Embraces Prog Title

05/02/2016
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(Prog) Purson vocalist Rosalie Cunningham says that she is happy to be branded progressive as it shows the band's music is more interesting than standard rock.

They've just released their second album Desire's Magic Theatre - and Cunningham says that although prog used to be a "dirty four-letter word" she completely embraces the genre.

She says: "I'm very comfortable about the word 'progressive.' To me, it's a good thing - but I am aware it was a dirty four-letter word that no one wanted to be associated with. But to me, progressive just means that it takes you somewhere, that it does something more interesting than an ordinary pop or rock song."

The cover of the new album shows Cunningham naked and painted blue. "I'm not quite sure where that idea originated," she says. "Obviously, it's influenced by the Hindu goddess Kali of destruction but it's not specifically about that." Read more and watch the full interview here.

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