SINGER Lloren is set to release her new single, which is described as her 'most political song to date.'

Lloren, the musical identity of Lauren Bannon of Weymouth, shot to fame when she reached the final of TV talent show The Voice last year.

Her new single Raised By Wolves, which was released yesterday, explores the 'innate brutality' in humans, and 'how we are destined to always be this way if society does not stop raising wolves'.

The song is described as a powerful 'Bond-like' song.

It follows the success of Lloren’s debut single Into The Fire, the video for which surpassed 100k streams on YouTube since premiering on Attitude.

Lloren, who is described as an electro-pop cinematic artist, embarked on a six stop EU tour alongside American artist Fleurie earlier this year and returns to Germany to perform later this summer. Touted by the Daily Express as being “more than just a pretty voice from a TV show", Lloren headlined the coveted Women’s Stage at London Pride in July 2019, where she revealed her bold new look and made an impassioned speech about her role as an LGBTQ+ activist, exclaiming “it doesn’t matter if you’re white, black, gay, we need more of you”.

On The Voice Lauren was coached by pop artist Olly Murs and was one of only a handful of performers to receive a 'four chair turn' on her blind audition.

*Raised by Wolves is available via all streaming platforms now.