Emo-pop singer Daine has dropped ‘Angel Numbers’, a new track that completes her double A-side release ‘Ascension/Angel Numbers’.
The new song shifts between acoustic interludes and electro-pop stylings that both give rise to Daine’s vocals.
The two tracks are brought together by an interlude entitled ‘4444’, creating a bridge between the brash ‘Ascension’ and the sultry ‘Angel Numbers’.
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Back in October, Daine announced the double A-side with the release of ‘Ascension’, a track which saw the artist explore a more alternative side with a meditative result.
Though production duties for ‘Ascension’ were undertaken by Adelaide producer and vocalist Lonelyspeck, Danny L Harle produced ‘Angel Numbers’.
The double A-side, dropping as a unit today (November 12), follows the Filipino-Australian artist’s moody debut single ‘Picking Flowers’, released in May.
Upon the release of ‘Picking Flowers’, NME said Daine was already “crafting songs that walk a fine line between moody, gothic pop [and] emo-rap”, calling the singer “a voice for the digital generation”.
In June Daine released a collaboration with ppgcasper, ‘Crash In The Lake’. Both songs were followed in July by the rap/emo fusion ‘My Way Out’.