She debuted her new hairstyle and new sound last year, and now Imelda May is about to unveil her new album 'Life. Love. Flesh. Blood.'.
Ahead of its Friday release, the Dubliner's latest single is 'Should've Been You' - but instead of a video that tells a story of a failed romance, she's turned it on its head to reflect the struggle for women's rights and equality as she marches through Brixton, London, gathering women along the way.
She said: "I wrote Should've Been You as a personal story of heartbreak, regret and eventual empowerment but when making this video I wanted it to reflect current feelings of solidarity amongst lots of women worldwide in response to certain events unfolding around us. I wanted to ask the question 'Who takes care of us?' We are 50% of the world and it's the people in power's responsibility to take care of women as well."
Watch it below: