Devon-born, London-based singer, songwriter and producer Rosie Lowe ahs unveiled a future feminist anthem, appropriately titled 'Woman'. It's a self-assured message of confidence and inspiration, taken from her anticipated debut album Control. Co-produced with The Invisible's Dave Okumu, it's a track that one should probably listen to first thing in the morning. It's perhaps a little too mellow to work as an alarm but if you're ever feeling a little low, this is bound to bring your confidence flying back up.

"'Woman' is about my experience of being a woman, being surrounded by women and knowing how hard it must be for girls growing up in 2016," Rosie told The 405 over email. "Amongst all the incredible people trying to make a change and fight for gender equality, it's hard to block out the murmurs of those stating that "things are fine now" and suggesting gender inequality no longer exists. I watch my friends suffering with their body image, and girls putting their self-worth not on what they know but how they look and it's clear we still have a long way to go. I guess this song is just me saying 'I hear you' to all the girls still having to fight to be heard because I think we can all relate to that."

'Woman' is available now when you pre-order Control, which is due for release on February 19 via Wolf Tone and Polydor Records.