Beginning with a sinister intro of distorted guitars and hellish synths that give you the chills, the track immediately lays the foundations of the chaos that's about to come. Mishkin opens the first verse with her melodious, yet menacing voice, later joined by Hana in the chorus. The instrumentation gives the sensation of being in a dark opera, that slowly builds up into an explosion of drums, guitars and screaming vocals.


Making use of all of his music production knowledge, DJ Moderno is able to create uplifting atmospheres that invite us to dance in ecstasy and shout along the vocoded vocals. In contrast with this, the single's lyrics are all but joyful. They speak about a toxic relationship, and a night out when a lot of bad things start to happen.

Evening Is Youth – “I’m Glad I Left”

"I'm Glad I Left" comes with a lot of joyful melodies and explosive choruses, a pristine blend between Indie Rock and subtle nuances of electronica that finish to give that final push to the track. A brilliant composition and a sublime recording makes of this single a must hear banger that can be appreciated by anyone.


The only thing cooler than Death of Death's name its their music. It's obscure but with a wide variety of changes that keep us guessing what's going to happen next. For example, in "Heart Of Glass" the verses are melancholic and in a minor key, but the chorus stands apart with a completely different intention. Not just that but also the track keeps changing between emotions, textures and melodies, creating a hypnotic mix of Punk-Rock and melodic landscapes.


"The Demon behind My Mind" deals with the fact that each one of us has its "demon" in his head and that there are situations that one would like to deal with differently in one's imagination but cannot do so because of morals and conventions. But it is also a warning that not dealing with one's demons or swallowing situations can at some point lead to psychological overload and a related freak-out." - Ophelia's Eye

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