In a recent interview with Dazed Digital, Fever Ray discussed her latest album, “Radical Romantic,” and the various influences that shaped its creation. One of the key inspirations for the album was the work of feminist author and activist bell hooks.

Fever Ray spoke about how hooks’ writing on love and relationships informed the themes explored in the album, particularly in songs like “To The Moon And Back” and “A Part Of Us.” She also discussed the importance of centering marginalized voices and experiences in her music, which aligns closely with hooks’ activism.

Throughout the interview, Fever Ray emphasized the importance of creating personal and political art that reflects the complexity of lived experiences. “Radical Romantic” represents a bold new chapter in Fever Ray’s career, and a powerful example of the transformative potential of art.