Scene Queen unleashes “vulgar” yet empowering new single, Finger

Watch the video for Scene Queen’s new single Finger, which is about Hannah’s “queer awakening” and a woman “taking control of her own pleasure with step-by-step instructions”.

Scene Queen unleashes “vulgar” yet empowering new single, Finger
Emily Carter

Scene Queen has shared a spectacularly graphic new single, Finger.

Taken from her upcoming debut album Hot Singles In Your Area – which is due out in ‘late 2024’ – the latest effort from our favourite bimbocore star is, according to Scene Queen herself, “about my queer awakening”.

She continues: “I also wanted to flip the script on songs written to sexualise women in a way that was for a man’s pleasure. I wrote this song about two women experiencing things equally. So the song is vulgar like any sexual song but with a woman driving the narrative about her own body and taking control of her own pleasure with step-by-step instructions.”

Even more brilliantly, Scene Queen says that the accompanying music video “features a dance made to be accessible to anyone both sitting or standing. I wanted to feature that in the video because, as someone who struggles with POTS, I was at one point completely unable to dance like I do standing in the video. So I wanted something to make everyone feel included because sexuality and pleasure is something everyone can and should be able to relate to.”

Check it out below:

Before the release of Hot Singles In Your Area, catch Scene Queen supporting PVRIS at the following UK dates:


12 Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse
13 Glasgow O2 Academy
15 Birmingham O2 Academy
16 London Troxy

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