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Needshes’ “My Heart” Is An Ode To The Unattainable

Pop-rock

Photo: Yan Yugay

Hailing from Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Needshes pays homage to unattainable romance in new single “My Heart.” The track is largely inspired by the 2000 film Malèna, a story of a boy who gets fixated by a beautiful widow during World War II. The track is rock’n’roll that has been embossed with the groovy hoops and loops of contemporary pop that yield an air of starriness to it. Stream below:

Comprised of Otabek Slamov, Ivan Petukhov and Alexey Manakhov, Needshes are known for their hit singles “Time to See” and “Anything You Want.” Their works have been featured in car commercials, Lay’s advertisements, and film Break. “My Heart” is the follow up of the trio’s third studio album Truth Power, which was released on May 3rd via AWAL. Stay tuned for more drops from the trio soon.

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