UK artist Barbarossa flood us with fluorescent, sizzling synths in new single “Awakeners Awaken Us.” Layered with posh, glimmering beats, the track is an indietronic delight that connects to its listeners’ body and heart. Through his silvery croons, Mathé reflects on the lessons that come from heartache – especially during your early adulthood. Check it out:
“The song is basically about a relationship that I went through when I was just starting out as an adult,” explained Mathé. “At the time it was all-consuming and I couldn’t see how I could recover when it ended. With perspective on it now though I can see how it helped me to know when I found the right person and how the experience taught me so much about when things don’t go to plan and that it just means to let go of outcome and trust that things will work out as they are meant to.”
The track is from his upcoming sixth studio album Love Here Listen, which will be out on March 5th via Memphis Industries.
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