Los Angeles, California May 20, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Middle Child is a musical venture of Dan Larson, an Artist, Producer, and DJ. His music has always been about creating fresh, emotional tunes that feel like arriving home. His new single ‘Meditate’, is no exception. In collaboration with the artist YHWHHH, released on the up and coming electronica Label BVSS FVM; They present ‘Meditate’.
‘Meditate’ is a song about longing and unrequited love from the viewpoint of a tortured soul dreaming about what could be. To describe it in three words, it is; immediate, heartfelt, and enveloping. It has sweeping guitars layered over a solid Lo-Fi beat. The vocals are the palpable emotions that beat at the heart of the track. Lyrics like “Maybe we’ll meet somewhere” and “We all hurt in the same way” paint a picture of a life spent dreaming about missed opportunities but optimistic about it at the same time.
The song floats along to arrive at the hooky refrain “You are someone to Meditate on” with hints to the spiritual side of life. The layers and elements all come together to bring about a feeling of transcendence, release, and a meditative state of being.
The production on the track does a perfect job of capturing the essence of the song’s emotions; lifting you up to a peaceful feeling of rest. The track is ideal soundtrack music that conjures up images of beaches at sunset, rolling oceans, and a warm breeze.
‘Meditate’ was released by BVSS FVM records on Friday, May 20th, 2022, available on all major platforms.
Listen to the song on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/7p3e58GrLfSGerTijX051h?si=e4560432f52b4931
And all other streaming services and a FREE download: https://hypeddit.com/middlechildyhwhhh/meditate
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