Aussie artist cln, aka Callan Alexander, sends us into a chill atmosphere filled with warm lo-fi synths in his latest single “Sunbeams.” It’s a track bleached with moody nostalgia where the sweet bubbling beats build into a smooth cathartic flow. Hit play:
On the single, cln commented: “When I was writing it, I was going through a bit of writers – block, so I tried to change things up a bit and write a story – not necessarily based on my own experiences but I still wanted to capture a certain emotion. I tried to paint a picture of a memory, and I wanted to capture that bittersweet feeling that you get when you dwell on past experiences.
This song is about nostalgia as it tells the story of a lost friendship and the experience of exploring both the good and bad memories associated with it.”
The track is available everywhere via Gyrostream.
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