A thumping, body-shuddering bass opens “The Jump”, followed by the haunting vocals of LA-hailed tiny deaths, aka singer-songwriter Claire de Lune.
The brainchild of de Lune and producer Grant Cutler, sonically, tiny deaths is an exploration of de Lune’s background in R&B and Cutler’s experience in the world of experimental music and high-art sound installations. tiny deaths have been making waves for a while now with de Lune’s brand of ethereal and moody dream-pop, comprised of lush electronic soundscapes, soulful vocals, and those deft R&B influences. Not afraid to shy away from raw and personal themes, lyrically, the songs often touch upon pain – and universal anguish relating to heartache, growing pains, nostalgia or bittersweetness. We’ve all been there.
Packed to the brim with oscillating synths, and atmospheric instrumentation, “The Jump” examines the the negative side of life in the limelight, as well as “does fame attract rotten people or does the fame itself rot them?”
Listen to “The Jump” below…