When Charli XCX’s mate Siba last spoke to NME he said the rather wonderful sentence, “I’d rather be Rebecca Black than be nobody”. The Copenhagen producer’s in no danger of being either of those things with his super-charged latest, ‘Trumpets Sound Good For Endings’, whose first syllable seems pretty significant given that it’s basically a soundtrack to the end of days. “Hell has opened up to kill humanity”, he sings over a track that, typically for Siba, is also loads of fun.
Following his ‘Fruits’ EP from earlier in the year – and ‘I.D.C.B.U.’, a banging break-up track he released earlier this month – Siba will release another EP on December 9 called ‘My Life With Jessie, My Friends & the Rest Of The World’. He says of the new track – the last on the EP – is “the last chapter of my life with Jessie, and the last kinda step for the break recovery. So this song is more about my life now, all the stuff that’s around me and what I think about the world.” Check it out alongside its apocalyptic lyric video below:
“Trumpets Sound Good For Endings” taken from “My Life With Jessie, My Friends & The Rest Of The World”. Out 9th December via HEET. Pre-order the full EP via iTunes: //tinyurl.com/MLWJMFATROTW Stream on Spotify: //tinyurl.com/SIBAtsgfe Facebook: //tinyurl.com/sibafacebook Twitter: //tinyurl.com/sibatwitter SoundCloud: //tinyurl.com/sibasoundcloud Instagram: //tinyurl.com/sibainstagram Premiered via: //clashmusic.com/videos/premiere-siba-trumpets-sound-good-for-endings Video directed and edited by Frederik Castenschiold Eichen & Thomas Castenschiold Dehlholn.