The song is called 'Afraid Of Women' created by Olivia Louvel, and as I first heard it, the song comes with the following introduction;
'There are over 7000 women fighters on the border of Northern Syria. These women are collectively known as the YPJ or the Women's Protection Unit, an all-women unit. They are fighting on the front line against IS / Daesh. To build a new society in Rojava, they are forced to defend themselves.'
French-born, British composer, producer and performer, Olivia Louvel works on the frontier of art and electronic music, often blurring the boundary between the two.
Her innovative songwriting brought her to perform alongside artists such as Planningtorock at the Earsthetic Festival, Brighton Dome and also Recoil (aka Alan Wilder) for various concerts on the European 'Selected' tour.
In 2011, she won the album of the year at the Qwartz Electronic Music Awards for 'Doll Divider', her third album. 'Doll Divider' was originally inspired by A4 paintings which she made using pages from fashion magazines and repainting on top of the photos of the models. Collectively these paintings are called 'Processed Dolls'. The same year, she received the composition prize from SACD, Society of Dramatic Authors & Composers in France.
In 2014, she was awarded a grant by The Arts Council for her sound-art project 'Beauty Sleep'. Subsequently, she released 'Beauty Sleep', 11 songs complemented by a series of experimental short films shot in West Sussex, reinventing herself as a bird-woman.
In December 2014, she produced an exclusive mix for Electronic Beats , "odd and fantastic", which features an extended version of 'O Don’t Worry' from 'Doll Divider', edits of tunes from her latest release, 'Beauty Sleep', and a remix of AGF’s 'Poemproducer'.