“You’re mine!” is a classic line uttered by a controlling husband in an crime investigation themed film. A firm grip, angry expression and a shaken partner still refusing to understand this isn’t ok further highlight that twisted sense of ownership over the other person. That same line is also the title of a new single by a familiar duo, Scarlet Mill!
The Dutch duo’s new single is perhaps not inspired by films as much as it is by life itself. Coming across as a gloomy song with disturbed vocals, piano melodies and a hazy atmosphere, “You’re Mine” is the sound of being trapped in the seduction of being owned by somebody. It begins as a rather serene piano-driven ballad with a woman singing about her unconditional love in French. But then, with love getting lost in translation, the gentle delight gets replaced by deep murmuring voices repeating “You’re mine” in the second half of the song.
“You’re Mine” is the second single from Scarlet Mill’s upcoming sophomore LP, following the stormy “Port Henry” telling a rather harrowing story of almost losing a boat to the stormy seas. The duo will continue revealing another story every couple of months from their upcoming LP, told in just the way Scarlet Mill has become very good at – captivating and loaded with the darker spectrum of human experiences.
“You’re Mine“, released on August 18th, is out now.
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