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PREMIERE: Secrecies Release “Life We Live”

Keeping up with our premiere week, we are now joining forces with Secrecies for the release of their new single “Life We Live.” a track that wraps itself in a whole dreamy vibe. The haunting vocals are beyond a perfect addition, and adds up to an already great song, that recalls other acts like Of Monsters and Men and Arcade Fire.

About the song, the band comments:

“This song is about living the life that makes us happy. It’s about embracing and moving past the paralyzing, painful moments in life. It’s important to be able to ask for help, lean on a friend, or find an outlet of expression to let off steam. It’s about going after the things you want and shedding your fears.”

From the longing of synthetic fulfillment comes the self-titled debut album from American synth duo – SECRECIES on Idol Records. Find warmth in sweet bouncy melodies, as they frame a revolt from the digital dots that connect modern society. Stacked layers of brilliant vocals descend into a gritty bed of rock sentiment, leaving you wanting more.

By complete happenstance, Shawn Magill and Joey Noga met at a Cashmere Cat concert in Deep Ellum (Dallas, TX). They instantly connected over their obsession with sexy, synth heavy electro pop and formed a new band, Secrecies. Together, their multi-layered chilling harmonies unite over playful pulses, evoking the heartaches and joys of passing youth. They have performed with Alice Merton, Handsome Ghost, Armors, Swimming With Bears, Wilsen, Geneva Jacuzzi, Bad Bad Hats, Night Drive, Nite Jewel and more. Their debut album, SECRECIES, will be released on June 7th, 2019.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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