Listen to the new EP “Plead The Fifth” by artist Dejhare which came out recently on July 23, 2021. The EP showcases 5 beautiful, uplifting and refreshing tracks from Dejhare. “Plead The Fifth” is a special EP project that Dejhare wrote with what she calls “our collective vulnerability” in mind. It addresses the complexities of navigating todays’ increasingly complex world from both an emotional, spiritual, and intellectual perspective. In essence, the EP is about us all being in this together and by extension it empowers and frees the individual. The EP opens with “Take Five”, an ethereal dance track that rouses us to celebrate life and take time to smell the roses, so to speak. “Skeletons” is a markedly faster and more energetic track that gives no quarter to people who refuse to take responsibility for their choices and their actions. “Perception” is a track that ask us to let go of outdated notions like discrimination and human rights abuses in the face our fast-paced technological development, and bring the things that really matter to the forefront in our lives. “Not Alone” is a heartfelt dance anthem that empowers those of us who are marginalized and discriminated for whatever reason and encourages us to take flight, while the final and title track “Plead the Fifth” is a warm and encouraging dance track that cheekily suggests that though we may not all be living the life we want, we can take heart in our general collective misadventure, and we are far from irredeemable. The EP is available on all major platforms. Stream or download via this link: https://linktr.ee/DejhareNewRelease.
Dejhare (pronounce deɪ-Jhar) loves the idea of using music as a canvas on which to draw our life stories and on which to share the happiness, the hopes and the frustrations of our shared humanity. .Dejhare’s vision is to use her music to reach out to people on a very personal level. She believes that music can unite us; music can heal us; and music can bring hope and a voice to us all. More info about the artist is available at www.dejhare.com