Danish trio Fusia ponder over the idea of love in their new single “Wallflower,” a starry-eyed synthpop piece with 70s flair that blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. It’s nostalgic and longing as Fusia dissects the hypnotism and desire surrounding it. There is a subtle dose of melancholia to “Wallflower” that gives it an introspective tone. Hit play:
On reflecting the idea of love, lead singer Kristoffer Rander shared: “Many people probably know the feeling of wanting to be in love all the time. Maybe you’ve got a crush on someone and then you’re imagining all the different scenarios that could happen with the person. In the end you’ve almost created a whole life story with the person in your had. This is a wonderful feeling until you realize that nothing will happen because you’ve thought too much about it.”
‘Wallflower’ is the second single from their upcoming EP Ebony, which will be out in May.
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