Chronicling the rise of Montreal's Pascale Mercier—aka Pascale Project; photographed by Alessandro aka l'homme viande.
Introducing Goldn; press photo courtesy of the artist.
For those looking for some midnight moods, we present you with a listen to the debut track from Goldn with “Too Much”. All of the overwhelming feelings pour over and out like a flood of emotive energies that are conveyed via electronic means. Goldn illustrates pure audio ore in a smart arrangement with synths & rhythms rush into one another in unison.
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“Too Much” examines everything that overwhelms our beings in ways where the sentiment surrounds with a syrupy sense of viscosity. Goldn pits expressions of doubt about the situation as we are given a privy glimpse at the internal back & forth battles that encompass all the break-ups & make-ups imaginable. Above all, emotion rules all elements in the song as everything from keys to guitar chords are blended into a bright simmering stew of sophisticated essences that have us patiently awaiting the next gift from the artist. Goldn offered us the following exclusive introduction to the single “Too Much”:
The song is about doing Too Much for something external and needing to focus energy inward to get out.
I recommend driving on your own at night to it. It’s a vibe.
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