“'To Pretend' is about being more open with yourself and someone you love, free of any unrealistic expectations."
Melbourne singer-songwriter Ro will embark on a headline tour early next year in support of empowering new single To Pretend.
After performing at Launceston’s Party In The Paddock in February, she’ll take on Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
On the new single, Ro noted: "When I looked through porn the female orgasm either seemed too obvious or I couldn’t find it anywhere. So I didn’t know how to act. I thought I was a weirdo when I wasn’t easily satisfied. I thought I was flawed when I didn’t completely and utterly enjoy myself the whole time.
“I wanted to be the Victoria’s Secret model, the clean-shaved dream, posing and pouting in magazines and blockbusters with perfect bodies. I didn’t realise how brainwashed I was.
“To Pretend is about being more open with yourself and someone you love, free of any unrealistic expectations. It’s about realising that you don’t have to pretend to be somebody you’re not to keep them interested. Especially in their physical embrace."
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