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April – Watching You Disappear

april - watching you disappear

Rising Irish act April reflects on the intention to forget with ‘Watching You Disappear,’ the latest cut from her second EP ‘Luna’, out October 23. It’s an elegant pop ballad made unique by her hypnotic vocals and brilliant songwriting.

The track is accompanied by a video directed by Callum L. James, which sees April move through a hazy night out, tying closely to the track’s meaning.

April explains; “I wrote ‘Watching You Disappear’ at a time I was going out loads and doing things to take my mind off things and feelings, so the title is basically about me watching someone fade away in my mind as I preoccupy my brain! I used to listen to “I’ll come too” by James Blake every night I’d go out, so I put the lyric “I’m in that kinda mood” in my song as a little homage.

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The Millennial Club – like i do

millennial club - like i do

SoCal-based quartet The Millennial Club have recently returned with the second song off their slated 2020 EP. Titled “like i do”, the track is a romantic ballad that has been in the making for the last five years, featuring Andres Owens’ silky and sultry vocal performance, a sweet disposition, and an undeniably evocative saxophone solo.

Speaking about it, singer Andres says: “This song illustrates finally being upfront with someone you really care about and finally letting out your built-up emotions. It is about releasing that honesty into the world and learning to be truthful with someone about how you feel.

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