Shhadows Releases New Single Daze Gone featuring Reiya
Witch house and dark pop influenced artist Shhadows has released their brand-new single in digital formats on Bandcamp and other streaming services. 'Daze Gone' features guest vocalist Reiya who has previously collaborated with Shhadows on the single 'Don't need knives' from their EP "Renewal". 'Daze Gone' is teasing Shhadows forthcoming EP which is due out in April via Re:Mission Entertainment. You can stream / purchase the single directly below:Feb 14 2022
'Daze Gone' started as an instrumental during the “Renewal” recording sessions. The name was already there before lyrics or vocals came into the picture. This is how most songs start, but most of the song names change once the vocals come. Ironically, the other track Reiya sang on was named before the vocals were created as well. As the lyrics were written by both me and Reiya, it’s hard to give a clear definition of what the song means. I feel my interpretation only tells half the story. It has the essence of a hard breakup, but one that was inevitable. You’re not sure if they lost their mind or if it was me. Perhaps we both lost our minds. The “pretty / ugly” part was all Reiya, and I interpret it as questioning your own value as a person and then being shown that life is just a game we are playing and none of the characters in the play are actually real. It’s like pulling back the curtain, Wizard of Oz style. I particularly like the image of being buried alive, which Reiya wrote. Seems like an accurate assessment of being smothered by your own emotions and yet remain fully aware of things you have no energy to control or change. -Shhadows
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.
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