Third Girl from the Left “Silent Sea”

Serene moonlit night at the shore. No wind leaves the sea surface smooth and reflective like a mirror. The air is cool, the water warm from the hot days, and once you dip your feet into it and start diving into the silent waters, you seem to enter another reality. If you currently have no way of experiencing this, Third Girl from the Left has a new song, which helps to imagine what it’s like to become one with the sea. This is “Silent Sea”.

The lulling and serene single sounds like the more spiritually hypnotic version of Portishead. Wavy and feeling the flow created by strings, enchanting vocals, and minimalistic percussion, it’s a seductive, intimate, and mysterious song of surrendering yourself to the sea. The spell-casting trip-hop-esque atmosphere makes even the danger of drowning just a side-effect of the whole transcending experience, and like a moth to the light, you’re attracted to re-experience this feeling, and in the case of “Silent Sea”, use the Replay button.

Third Girl, the poetic alt-rock and avant-pop project characterized by experimentations, field recordings, and enamoring vocals, introduces listeners to utterly otherworldly experiences. The submerged pleasures of “Silent Sea” is one of the choices of many – for example, there’s also “Oxygen EP” with vibrant nocturnal sounds, and “The Mountain and the Wave“, an ominous tale of intense desire, lust, and seduction. Whichever song you choose, you’ll be rewarded with a cinematic and enchanting encounter that you will remember.

¡”Silent Sea” is out now!

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You can obviously find it in the following Playlists: Less Than 1,000 Followers, Fresh Singles, Indie Only, Alterindie State Of Mind, Female Rising Stars, 12 New Songs This Week, and Unknown but Essentials!

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