Oslo-based duo Jouska taps into toxic, manipulative relationships in new single “Born In Cash,” an indietronica piece dipped with smoky layers of R&B that has a bedroom touch to it. Lyrically, it breaks down a parasitic relationship where one side controls the other as anger brews deep below the surface. Enjoy:
“It’s about toxic relationships and loving someone that constantly takes advantage of you and controls your every move. Torn between staying and leaving, you try to justify their behaviour, while at the same time wanting to confront them with all the resentment you keep buried deep inside.”
Marit Othilie Thorvik and Hans Olav Settem are the masterminds behind Jouska who will be dropping more bangers soon. Stay tuned.
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