‘Heartache’ is a full-on rush, a dose of fractured synth-pop that seems to rupture the rules at every turn.’

By July 31, 2018 Music
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Tunbridge Wells based band Dead Ceremony released their E.P ‘Heartache’ on Friday and if you haven’t heard it yet read more from Clash below as to why you should have a listen.

‘Heartache’ is a full-on rush, a dose of fractured synth-pop that seems to rupture the rules at every turn.

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Dead Ceremony tell Clash…

‘Heartache’ expresses the emotional relief of no longer caring about finding the answer to why we do the things we do, or feel the way we feel. Be it with making music or falling in love.

While the verses and bridge focus on the challenge of trying to reflect on your own life and understanding the choices you’ve made, the chorus is an admission that it doesn’t matter what you go through, or suffer, you can always come back from it, stronger and undiminished.

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