Canadian pop star Kiesza is making her music comeback following a two-year hiatus to recuperate from a significant car mishap.
The Hideaway hitmaker suffered a brain injury in a car crash while riding in an Uber in Toronto in 2017 and she was left bed-bound, not understanding if she would ever recuperate.
And she has actually now revealed her go back to music with the single Crave, and in the accompany video, she can be seen dancing like her old self.
“This is my first fully choreographed performance since the car crash and probably one of the most meaningful pieces I’ve ever performed,” she stated in a declaration.
The star likewise stated she “gave everything” in her efficiency and described how her battles affected her, stating: “Great art comes effortlessly, but always with a fight. And Crave was just that. The video for Crave is a dance story. It tells of my journey through the ups and downs and the strength it took to get to where I am today.”
Kiesza explained how her injuries were still impacting her as just recently as February, informing the Belfast Telegraph: “I have a great deal of days where it’s actually hard … It’s actually hard to go to sleep still and it’s actually hard to rise.
” The early mornings and the nights are difficult, however I have a great deal of will and a great deal of drive, and I believe that has actually conserved me.”
Crave is the title track from her comeback album, which will be readily available from 14 August.