Thyla’s “December” Is An Atonement Anthem For Miscommunication

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Bringing the sparks of 80s pop into a dreamy atmosphere, Thyla delivers an anthem of atonement for miscommunication titled “December.” Through lush layers of soothing melancholia, the Brighton quartet builds a space of reflection, apology and forgiveness that we could all use as we reflect back. Enjoy:

Regarding the single, the quartet shared: “‘December’ shows a more delicate side to the band, Millie wrote the song for her sister who was suffering with some really tough personal issues, it came from a really dark and desperate place but the song manages to put into words what she could never say.”

“December” is from Thyla’s upcoming sophomore EP Everything at Once, which will be out on February 7th. They’ll also play an EP release show that day:

2/7 – Brighton Electric (Brighton, UK)