Mysterious Aussie producer 44 Ardent sends a politically charged message regarding climate change in new single “f i r e s,” an indietronica downtempo built on stretchy synths and smoky ambience that is perfect for chilling. With all the madness that is going on, “f i r e s” offers a serene soundscape to take a break:
On his new single, 44 Ardent shared: “This song is a sonic representation of the flames which have consumed the country of Australia recently. Climate events are becoming more extreme and action must be taken.”
“f i r e s” is out now via Mammal Sounds Records.
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