Brooklyn-based indie pop duo Center half collaborated with well-known eclectic singer/songwriter Yuno for synth alt pop banger “Chinatown”. The tune was launched with an animated music video by acclaimed artists Glendon And Isabella.
With “Chinatown”, Center Half created a tune about emotions of burnout. Generally dwelling in a metropolis and doing the fixed grind could be so bodily and emotionally draining and “Chinatown” relays that relatable expertise. Lyrics together with, “I assumed we must always in all probability depart / I am over all of it and I by no means actually assume properly / However don’t fret, I do know we’ll discover a method / The town has its method of all the time take,” element the fixed push and pull of wanting to go away town and the rushed lifestyle behind, but in addition the sensation of not wanting to go away what so properly. Musically, “Chinatown” options pulsing synths, punchy distorted guitars, and a rhythmic hook for an intoxicating pay attention. Center Half’s Andrew and Yuno each sing on the monitor spotlight a contrasting duality that works so properly. Within the animated video, the trippy video exhibits the three embarking on all kinds of adventures in New York Metropolis, together with using a flying rat, tasting native delicacies and performing stay.
Center Half is a singer/musician/songwriter Andrew Selkow and producer and collaborator, Brian Zaremba. The duo create synth-driven pop music influenced by their love of Y2k bands. “Chinatown” is out from their new EP now.
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