Reynier and KESMAR's New Track is Anything But "Lukewarm"
Simple synthy goodness slips over us in Reynier and KESMAR's new tune "Lukewarm".
There's nothing tepid about this track's harmonic attack on the mind and mood. It's moving.
Desperation... Your days are a time-lapse.
Your nights are a prison. Thoughts bar your escape.
You'd leave, but you have yourself trapped.
"We both can't find the strength to just move on..."
Digitized notes rain nuance over a glistening harmonic expanse in "Lukewarm".
A singer beseeches. A snare recedes. A moment reaches to infinity and collapses, exhausted, on bubbling bass lines. Crystalline keys combine with words, emphasizing their meaning and meshing with their melody.
Verses expose the depths of disillusionment in love. Then, choral confusion sets in as a single question repeats itself to no end. Can anyone hope to sustain something that's long gone?
It's all too easy to sink into this track. Multifaceted melody marauds the senses and sends you reeling. Really listen; you'll be really glad you did.
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