Singapore-based Aussie artist Glasshouse takes our adrenalins spiraling on the dancefloor with his latest single “Heart Plexus.” Created during lockdown with a fever (non-Covid), “Heart Plexus” has that surreal aura to it where the shimmering layers of synths and rhythmic clashes yielding a delicious groove channeling the weird manic energy boost we experience during the different stages of illness. Check it out:
“I’ve lived in Brisbane my whole life, I’m currently in Singapore but I wrote this song mid last year while in lockdown in Wellington NZ. I had a fever at the time but I always seem to spend that time making music instead of resting! This song was definitely a result of the fever. I was filled with a manic excited energy that reminded me of the start of spring. Our house was freezing, and the lockdown was stressful, but this song filled me with positive potential for the future! I’m always trying to make music from a positive mindset in the hopes of spreading good times!”
The track is from his upcoming debut album Deep Us, which he’ll be releasing in the coming months. “Heart Plexus” is out now via Mammal Sounds Distribution.
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