Prinze George Releases New Electro-Pop Track, “Centuries”

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 Prinze George returns to start 2021 with a bang. The rising band releases their newest eclectic single, “Centuries,” on all streaming platforms. Through this release, the band showcases their euphoric breaks and groove-laden drums, layered with addictive vocals that bear emotion. Within their lyricism, Prinze George takes a vulnerable perspective that will have any audience relating to them. The single talks about the inevitable loss of autonomy that comes with being coupled with another person for so long. While being in love has its perks, it can also make you weak and confused about what is yours and what is your partner’s. As the message-heavy vocals guide the track, the melodic instrumentation will soothe your emotions. The seamless fusion between indie-pop and electronic elements creates an overall energetic and ethereal track. “Centuries” comes ahead of the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, Happy Garden – set for release on March 26th of this year. 

Our society often romanticizes romance, but we rarely examine the presence of a loss in love, particularly the loss of self that almost always occurs when you’ve been together as long as we have. When you love someone, you observe your reality shifting in positive and negative ways, but you accept it, because it’s impossible to leave someone who makes your life fuller and sweeter, especially when it becomes a habit, even if it makes you weaker as an individual in certain ways.” – Kenny Grimm & Naomi Almquist of Prinze George

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