The single follows on from her debut single “The Middle” and is produced by Scott McCannell. The song is one of empowerment, encouraging us all to break down our barriers and to be free of our limitations.
“It is not your average love song about relationships between two people, but rather about the love a person finds when they realize their own self-worth. Move On is that feeling you get when you finally become aware that you’ve had enough of barriers like hate and fear and you’re not going to let those walls hold you back
anymore,” the Toronto native explained.
The thought-provoking, monochrome visual was directed by Michael Tobin and is symbolic of women standing together.
“The concept of having 20+ strong, brave, women of different ethnicities & backgrounds walk in solidarity, past the oppression, past the racism, past the hatred, past the bigotry, past the weight of
the patriarchy and rise above it, was powerful. Hopefully Move On resonates with a lot of people.”
Watch the video below.