After hypnotizing us with “Puppet,” Youthfire is back with a smoky follow up “Lift Me Up,” which feels like a quiet synthphony of R&B-tinted indietronica piece. The beats transcends through your body, giving you a buoyant sensation where everything slows down and you get to see things from the top. It is mind-stretching and at the same time silent, letting you experience the suspenseful anxiety and release that comes from exposing one’s vulnerability. Stream below:
Youthfire is the solo project of Stephen Carmichael who is gearing towards releasing his debut EP, Lift Me Up, on November 24th. He’ll be having a launch show on the same day, so go party with him:
11/24 – Dinng Dong Lounge (Melbourne, VIC, Australia)
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