Santa Rosa-based alternative pop artist Darwin presents his new single ‘Dance Alone’, a synthtastic explosion of energy attesting to the strength of human spirit.
This new single follows up Darwin’s latest ‘We Are Matter’ EP (February 2020) and 2019’s ‘So Few Comets’ LP featuring contributions by David J (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets), Victor DeLorenzo (Violent Femmes), Brian Liesegang (Nine Inch Nails, Filter, Billy Corgan) and Kerry Brown (Smashing Pumpkins).
Written by Darwin (full name Darwin Meiners), this song was performed and recorded together with Julian Shah-Tayler (a.k.a. The Singularity), who also handled production and mixing. It was mastered by Zeus and producer Robert Margouleff (DEVO, Stevie Wonder) at The Nest Studio in Hollywood.
“Dance Alone was written before the current stay at home orders and was not meant to be related in any way. Initially, this was to be a song about regret and moving on but it soon morphed into something else,” says Darwin.
“Despite its somber lyrics, I find hope and happiness in the freedom to simply be one’s self regardless if they are alone or not. Sometimes it’s much easier to do when you’re alone, in fact.”
Fusing several genres simultaneously, Darwin’s music is a welcome addition to 2020’s musical palette. Darwin continues to advance as an artist. Often found collaborating with renowned similar-minded artists, his alternative pop sound has a dark, electronic feel rooted in the 80s.
Darwin’s music takes the listener on a sonic voyage that blurs the boundaries between nostalgia and the future. His stunning electronically-driven compositions that are often complimented with visual art projections that reflect the signs of our times and remind us how rare beauty can be.
As of June 1, ‘Dance Alone’ will be available everywhere digitally, including Spotify, Apple Music and Bandcamp. The video for ‘Dance Alone’ will premiere on May 31.
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