Berlin-based Swedish artist Tula crafts an enigmatic dark pop sound in her new SKIN EP where she manipulates the intensity of silence with cutting vocals that scores bullseye your emotional pressure points. On a broody canvass, Tula uses a stylistically sparse form of production that lets her channel the loneliness and self-reflective state we often find ourselves when digging into our own inner psyche. Stream beow:
In regards to her new EP, Tula shared “Cell memory of the skin lasts a whole life. while a memory of the mind dissolves gradually.”
SKIN is out now via I Love That Song.
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