Featuring Raizel's crooning over warm guitars, multi-dimensional atmospheres, and an entrancing beat. The song speaks of a relationship that is rooted in unbridled passion, obsession, and the thrill of making bad decisions.
Great vocals, great instrumental, all round great production from the artists. Had this playing on repeat on a high definition stereo system until the neighbours came home and threw my out of their house.
Picture this, you are at the Yishun Dam at 3 am in the morning. You lie down on the rocks, gazing upon the night sky with this tune in the background and you just leave this world behind. Dope.
The soundscape of the track is beautifully done. Production value is definitely a big plus. The arrangement of synths, guitars and horns really create a mellow backdrop for the vocals to play around in. A really great song!
This is a lovely and enchanting song -- Raizel's vocals are the right balance of lilting and textured at different points to lend this song a dulcet and lifting quality. The music and arrangements are amazingly produced, multi-layered, and would pique any listener's interest. Perfect for one of those introspective and languid mornings or a drive. This is genuinely worth a listen, and a standout song! As a first release, this makes me excited to see what else the artists have in store in future, whether as solo artistes or in collaboration with each other.