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Virgins at Heart Release “Blue Sunshine”

“Blue Sunshine” is a track from Virgins at Heart’s new album Safety Lagoon. Stream the track on SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/virgins-at-heart/blue-sunshine

Gustav, the track’s composer, has the following to say about the track and its creative process:

“For me, “Blue Sunshine” conveys an emotionally ambiguous feeling. Sorrowful and hopeful at the same time. Both mellow and up-tempo. Although we toned it down in the production to fit the mood, the verses have a groove inspired by “Bitter Sweet Symphony” by the Verve. I love that drumbeat! But this changes in the chorus where the song turns in a brighter direction. This part is more of a mix of the beat in Rolling Stones’ ‘“Shine A Light” and the bass line in “Express Yourself” with Charles Wright & The Watts. I remember being surprised when the guys in the band thought the mellotron hook sounded Asian after they heard an early demo. I still don’t know about that. A favorite part of the song for me is the instrumental part that Johan added after the second chorus. It reminds me somewhat of “The Rain Song” by Led Zeppelin.”

The album Safety Lagoon was recorded in the renowned Atlantis Studio, which previously went under the name Metronome Studio. If the walls of this studio could talk, they would talk about such legendary Swedish artists as ABBA, Roxette and The Cardigans.

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