“I Can Do What I Want To” is out via 21 Ent./UMusic Canada/Republic Records

Canadian duo Command Sisters have unveiled their debut single, “I Can Do What I Want To.” The track is a statement of independence against heartbreak and a reminder to love yourself first. The compelling pop-rock track arrives alongside a DIY visual filmed by the sister duo while under quarantine. Watch below as Sarah Command shreds on guitar and Charlotte Command sings with sass and enthusiasm.

“This song sounds like a breakup song, but really it’s a love song to yourself and a ‘middle finger’ to anybody who tells you who to be, what you should believe in or who you should become,” share the duo on the Tim Pagnotta-produced song.

The Command Sisters’ debut song follows their recent participation in the star-studded ArtistsCAN performance of Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me.” Watch here. While this is just their debut single, the sisters have already performed around the U.S. and Canada.  They also landed deals with Martin Guitars, PRS Guitars, Marshall Amps, MAC Cosmetics, and Boss/Roland before even signing a deal. With a fun pop-rock sound and even flashier look, it’s clear Command Sisters are primed for a breakout year.

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