Skye Wallace is the multi-talented and classically trained artist based out of Vancouver and Toronto, fusing her East coast roots with the punk-rock of her youth. Her latest single, Scarlet Fever, is a raucous garage-rock anthem with a tincture of folk and her raw vocals. It’s the story of two lovers closing the distance with an unmentionable fit of tension and passion that pierces flesh and bone with blinding, scorching light. Speaking on the single and accompanying video, Wallace says:

“I wrote ‘Scarlet Fever’ about a love story set in the Yukon. After a winter apart, Scarlet is arriving in the Dawson City harbour by boat and her lover awaits on land, petrified with uncertainty over the state of their devotion. The song’s energy evokes the messy turmoil of love and lust, and the music video, directed by Nathanael Vass, reflects the jittery, sexy, maddening thrill that comes with it.”

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