Klyne – Closer

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Klyne reveal their new single Closer, a perfectly crafted and executed slice of electronic-pop. The partnership of producer Ferdous Dehzad and singer Nick Klein prove yet again why they’re one of the most exciting acts to emerge this year. An infectious edge to the track’s staccato synth lines are topped off with singer Nick Klein’s measured soulful mastery.

The band expand on the Closer:
Closer is about someone going to the extreme in order to reach their lifelong desire, and at the same time coping with the fear that their fate might already be decided. One of life’s greater beauties is when a person breaks free of these psychological limitations. At first it looks like naive stubbornness, and the feelings of doubt never entirely go away. But then all of a sudden you’re halfway there, and that’s when you realize it is possible to actually achieve things that are beyond your “fate”. That’s the simple story we wanted to convey with this song – that and a ridiculous topline.

Earlier in the year Klyne introduced themselves right out the blocks with a confident and fully formed sound. Their debut single Paralyzed delivered a masterstroke between effortless and hook-laden production courtesy of Ferdous and a vocal pitched with such soulful warmth that it’s bearer, Nick Klein came across with an undeniable quality that along with new single Closer, sets the duo apart as a hugely exciting prospect for 2016.

Listen to Klyne’s remix of Disclosure’s ‘Omen’ feat. Sam Smith HERE.

Closer will be released digitally as a double a-side single with new track Waiting and as a 12” EP along with their previous single ‘Paralyzed / Entropy’.

Digital Release:
1. Closer
2. Waiting

12” EP Release:
A1. Closer
A2. Waiting
B1. Paralyzed

Posted on October 16, 2015, in stream and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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