Danish artist mags gives us an all-or-nothing love song “As Long As We’re Both Breathing.” The track captures the intensity of attraction between two people who – as mags puts it – won’t fade as long as they’re getting their oxygen. Towered by echoing synths and booming vocals, the track is a cinematic piece that delivers all the Hollywood-esque aura of romance:
“I wrote ’as long as we’re both breathing’ as my modern take on the famous words “till death do us part”. It’s about the declaration of love -to stay together for better or worse “as long as we’re both breathing” is a song that emphasizes the importance of communication and understanding as the keys to balance between love and hate in any close relation –two very different feelings that are often very close to each other on the emotional spectrum,” mags explained.
The track is from her upcoming EP, which will be out this fall.
￼NewDad Nail The Frustrations Of Unrequited Romance In “Say It”
￼Oliver Keane Wrote “3am” On The Toilette
￼The Thing With Feathers Sweep Us Off To A Rebel Romance In “Lights Down Low”
￼Album Alert: The Wombats’ ‘Fix Yourself, Not The World’ Is Out Now
￼New Drops: Oscar Scheller, Wasuremono, Bad Sounds, & More