Hunter is the third studio album from Anna Calvi, and her first collection of original material since 2013’s One Breath. This is a visceral album that explores sexuality and breaking the laws of gender conformity: a queer and a feminist record, it is galvanising in its hunt for freedom. It was important to Calvi that it was as vulnerable as it is strong; as beautiful as it is harsh; as much about the hunted as it is about the hunter. But she’s careful not to characterise any of these traits as ‘masculine’ or ‘feminine’ - the whole point is that one person, of any gender, can be both. The power is in the contrast itself; in the way she oscillates between extremes, sounding freer than ever before.