Single: Helenor – Suck

“Helenor’s Dave DiAngelis explains “Suck is about how easy it is to justify a life you never actually wanted for yourself. How it sometimes feels easier to convince yourself things are good enough, rather than ascend the mountain of changing your situation. The big trap.”

He Continues “I wrote this song in a School of Song workshop with Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes). SOS is this pretty amazing songwriting community that has become super generative for me. I believe the prompt was to try and resuscitate an old idea you had started but never finished. These chords were just laying dormant in my voice memos, and when I sat down to reapproach them the lyrics and melody just sort of fell out.”

I’m thrilled to inform you that another single is out from Helenor’s upcoming album which is set to be released later this month. As a music enthusiast, I have already listened to a couple of their singles, and I must say, they are promising a great album. The latest single is an upbeat and catchy indie rock tune with some indie pop vibes that will linger in your mind for days. The song is beautifully crafted, and it proves once again that Helenor’s upcoming album will be one of the best. I can’t wait for you to listen and enjoy it.

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