The song is taken from “Erased By Thought“, her upcoming debut album to be released on May 21, 2021 via Motor Music.
In her newest single “All Or Nothing” the Zurich based musician GINA ÉTÉ combines what many would not even dare to imagine: Skillful pop music and strong statements.
The Music Video by young director Michèle Flury could not be more to the point: Two kids are scooting on their rollers through the empty halls of Basel’s Museum of Natural History. Fascinated by the unknown skeletons and animals they press their noses against the cabinets. Some adult visitors are apathetically standing in front of extinct species, not noticing that they themselves are already decomposing, bleeding, losing hair. Amongst all of this sits Gina as a nicely dressed wax figure in her home office and sings: „All or nothing, all or nothing“.
The Museum of Natural History had opened its gates for the crew as it supports the underlying questions the song asks each one of us: What world do we want to leave behind for the generation to come?
GINA ÉTÉ‘s debut album “Erased By Thought“ contains 12 songs, each and every one opening up its autonomous, dazzling universe, conveying 12 impulses to think.
Recorded fully analog by John Vanderslice (Death Cab for Cutie, St. Vincent, Dear Reader) in San Francisco’s Tiny Telephone studios, the Debut Album will be released by Motor Music by the end of May 2021. And there you will hear it, GINA ÉTÉ’s unusual combination of personal and political into Hybrid Pop. Searching, stirring, intriguing. Soundtrack for our time.
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All or Nothing
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