Piper Cole’s rich and dreamy new single “Gravity”

Vancouver-based artist Piper Cole releases her latest single, “Gravity”, and it’s glorious in its introspection. On “Gravity”, Piper tries out a new production style and focuses on a dreamy synthpop instead of her usual folktronica and it works so well. The track features an atmosphere like the best Cocteau Twins songs and just comes to prove Piper as an absolutely stellar producer just as well as a songwriter.


Piper Cole is a psychotherapist, and she often uses this knowledge in her lyrical content and this time around it feels more evident than ever: “Gravity” is mostly about finding strength within yourself, about looking inward for your answers and finding what you need in your own self – it’s about breaking free from expectations of others. It’s a very hopeful and optimistic feeling that is conveyed through the song, and Piper sounds as confident as ever.

“Gravity” represents a new and exciting path for Cole, focusing on expanding her soundscapes and trying out new things. She wrote and produced the song herself, and she chose to do this one in a synthpop setting because “it is such a sweet, uplifting genre and feels quite sentimental to me. I am an 80’s child and this song is about breaking free so it fit perfectly”, she says about the track. She does a wonderful job in bending textures and synth lines together, creating something truly dreamy and uplifting, that sounds comforting and hopeful.

Listening to Piper Cole feels like emerging from the water and feeling the warmth of the sunlight hitting your face. “Gravity” is one step in a different direction than her previous “Soul Eyes“, it feels like she took the atmospheres of “Oh Honey” and took them to a new level. A gorgeous piece of music, “Gravity” sounds like an artist that is ever-changing and forever willing to expand and make their sound richer, and it works so well.


Piper Cole "Gravity" press photo

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