Brooklyn Synth Pop Project The Mystic Underground Tell a Story of Heartache in their Video for “The Lonely Ones”

Where have the lonely ones gone to?
Pen to paper and the lure of the dance
All we want is romance

Brooklyn synthpop duo The Mystic Underground, known for their captivating blend of thoughtful lyrics and seductive electronic music, is back with an enthralling new 2-track single, “The Lonely Ones.” This latest offering includes a stunning remix by German dark electronic pop icons Beborn Beton and is released via Re:Mission Entertainment. The single serves as an enticing teaser for the band’s forthcoming new album, Everyone Deserves A Stage.

“The Lonely Ones” features buoyant synths and rustic bells, evoking the Gareth Jones-era Berlin Depeche Mode tracks, and crooning vocals that blend seamlessly with the house-like synthpop sensibilities of Saint Etienne. This unique combination creates a vintage dance-pop sound reminiscent of club hits of the late 80s.

The music video for “The Lonely Ones” showcases the band’s signature sound and aesthetic while telling a powerful story of heartache. A man wakes from slumber, checking his smartphone for a rendezvous with a silver-haired woman. Their electrifying chemistry is palpable, but intercut shots of the man, forlorn and despondent, reveal the true nature of their relationship. Filmed and edited by Steve Celestin, the narrative is left ambiguous – much like the confusing language of dating itself.

Watch the video for ‘The Lonely Ones” below:

“The Lonely Ones” represents The Mystic Underground’s prowess in crafting the perfect pop moment. The lyrics serve as a love letter to rebels, dreamers, and the unwavering spirit of romance and youth. The Beborn Beton remix adds another layer of depth and intrigue, highlighting the influence this iconic group has had on The Mystic Underground’s sound and style.

The forthcoming album, “Everyone Deserves A Stage,” promises to continue the band’s mission to fill dance floors, storm the charts, move the feet, and touch the heart. As singer/songwriter Vladimir Valette and keyboardist/producer Benedetto Socci continue to evolve and push their sound forward, fans of The Mystic Underground can look forward to more infectious, danceable tunes with poignant, resonant lyrics.

Experience the electric energy and emotion of “The Lonely Ones” and its mesmerizing Beborn Beton remix for yourself, and stay tuned for more news on The Mystic Underground’s upcoming album, Everyone Deserves A Stage.

Order the single here.

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