Glitch Project

Glitch Project Delve Into New Space With ‘Wane’

Glitch Project have a history of producing alt-pop gems, but their latest single, ‘Wane,’ may be their most captivating yet. It’s a standout single for the Italian duo and one that will undoubtedly propel them toward their long-term goals, earning them widespread acclaim.

Also, compared to their previous song, ‘Bloom,’ this one takes a step forward for the group’s sound, with a new approach. The new single provides a treasure trove of melodies. Moreover, the bass is more prominent in this tune, and it glistens with a flavour that makes the females stand out on their own. Also, bursts of guitars and synths produce a new imprint that is impossible to keep at bay midway through.

Vocally, Glitch Project are in flying form, and they deliver a rich performance full of thrill. Speaking about their passion for their new delivery, Glitch Project said: “Wane was born from a question: what happens when we get out of our “emotional bubble”? From our comfort zone? We tried to understand and experience it, emphasizing the most unstable and complex emotions. We didn’t want to write something too sad; for us, those emotions are vital; they give strength and allow us to grow; for this reason, we wanted to approach this theme with a melody full of rhythm and melody.”

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