As our world becomes more connected, as borders shrink and merge, we have never been more acutely aware of what it means to belong, of what it means to be free. In Life is Cheap, Death is Free Nadia explores the limits of personal and political identity. Her striking debut single Refugee is accompanied by a video shot in her ancestral home - Iran. In a country where the rights of women are so severely restricted, simply being there with a camera pointed at her was enough to raise suspicion among locals and authorities. Hiding the memory card full of footage in her underwear while being questioned by the police, Nadia’s powerful message survived - I Am What I Do, And I Do What I Want.