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HĒIR – Vertigo


London based, singer/songwriter and style-icon Patricia Manfield – aka HĒIR has just dropped a new single titled ‘Vertigo‘.

Hypnotic vocals, experimental textures and a massive dose of pop appeal, make of the song a must listen.

Speaking about it, she explains: “The difficulty in maintaining balance and the fear of letting go. The song symbolizes the transformation we experience as soon as we leave a relationship behind, when we feel lost yet attracted to a new beginning and the unknown. The sample within the song is meant to simulate a video game, where you fall and get back up until you pass onto the next level. “Vertigo” is the jump to the new level.

An outstanding music video accompanies the track, with ultra cool visuals shot at the most beautiful metro station in Europe: Metro Toledo (Napoli).

Sounds like: Tove Lo, Tove Styrke, Lorde, Banks

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INUDE – Noisy Floor, Silent Room

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Italian alt-pop trio Inude are almost ready for the release of their brand-new full length.

The fourth single off of it,’Noisy Floor, Silent Room‘, is a true experimental gem. Full of claustrophobic atmospheres à la Radiohead, it shows once again their innate ability in crafting intelligent, sophisticated songs.

Speaking about it, they said: ““The song tells a story of betrayal, that took place at the end of a relationship. The breaking of trust, helped putting an end to the relationship which had been dragging on for too long.

Sometimes you need to get lost, to be able to find something new.”.

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