Lula Miranda is one to watch. The singer-songwriter, currently based in Buenos Aires, is already renowned the world over, opening for the likes of Halsey, Maren Morris, and Niall Horan. Her debut album Stranger was released back in 2016, and boasts over 400k in combined streams. Now, she’s released a beautiful unplugged version of her new single, “Cherry Kiss”.

The original video for “Cherry Kiss” made its way onto Refinery29’s ‘The Drop’ column, which highlights the best female artists on the rise today. “I wanted to show two different sides of the story,” Miranda told Refinery29 of the “Cherry Kiss” video. “One of them was the actual lyrics, talking about a relationship falling apart and wanting to be connected again. We wanted to add another side of the story, which presents the video as an ode to freedom. I wanted to share the video with women who showed support [for each other] and permitted themselves to the different pleasures of life with no prejudice and no fear about the conservative eye.”

This unplugged version of “Cherry Kiss” also focuses on strong women, as Miranda pays homage to Camila Cabello, a pop megastar and a symbol of Latinx pride, by singing She Loves Control on the bridge.

Check out the video below.