Introducing 'lost u'

Introducing 'lost u'

The wait is over and we're proud to introduce the first single by Rangleklods from their forthcoming album (title & release date to be announced).

The song is called 'lost u'. Here's a link that takes you to a platform of your choice to stream or download it from.

The first single 'lost u' is a catchy, experimental pop song that unites the melancholy with an energetic momentum and Pernille’s vocals gives a taste of how the duo’s individual personas emerge to challenge each other in Rangleklods' new songs.

"For us 'lost u' is a desperate release of suppressed grief. A euphoric longing to live, mixed with the pain of slipping away from what you know. The song came from an idea that arose a late and drunk night in the studio..." – Rangleklods

Voilá!

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