TYDL shares haunting single ‘Skeleton’

Two-piece band TYDL have released their second single of 2020, ‘Skeleton’. Produced by Josh Lee Wood, the track is a testament that love breeds acceptance. Click here to listen.

Accompanied by moody synths and brooding 808s, singer Rebecca Valerie’s emotional vocal performance provides a poignant look at what it means to be accepted in our own skin. ‘Skeleton’ is an attempt to break down the hate, and aims to remind the listener that acceptance matters more than anything else.

“Skeleton is a song where the message is about how underneath our skin, we are all really the same no matter our opinions or orientations. It’s about acceptance of everyone,” TYDL said.

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