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Glam and sleaze, desert grit and subway rats, scum-bags, hot messes and cold shoulders: welcome to the world of Whitehorse.
On Panther In The Dollhouse, Whitehorse delves deep into body politics and explores questions of consent, self-determination, and ultimately, freedom, largely from the perspective of women. Layers of retro psychedelic pop bubble up on “Nighthawks,” a song that explores the constructs of perpetrator and victim on the streets. “Nighthawks” is a companion piece to the slow-burner “Evangelina” from the album Leave No Bridge Unburned, which reimagined the sex worker as superhero in celebration of those who challenged Canada’s prostitution laws at Supreme Court of Canada in 2013.