French synth-pop act Fragrance. has brought us “Crawling To The Void”, an audio-visual presentation in promotion of the new single taken from his debut album Now That I’m Real.
The track is both melancholic and dissociative with its perfectly sequenced beats, hypnotically lulling the listener into a slow rhythmic dance of sombre beauty.
Lyrically, the song is about being caught in the collapse of someone you love, the act of surrendering your body and soul to someone else’s fire, even if that path is toxic.
The video, directed by Benoît Aubert ( L’A n 2 0 0 0), illustrates perfectly Fragrance’s dreamlike music, with melodies that linger ephemeral in a foglike haze, while a kaleidoscope of luminous imagery consecrates a cathartic choreography enveloped in blissful vertigo.
Watch the video for Crawling To The Void below:
Frangrance., a project helmed by Matthieu Roche, has performed on stages across Europe with acts such as Hante. and Minuit Machine, and its debut album Now That I’m Real, includes collaborations with Maya Postepski (TR/ST) and Hélène de Thoury (Hante.).
The album was released on a now sold-out gold vinyl and digipack CD via Synth Religion in February of 2019.
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- March 28th – Feierwerk, Munich (Synth Religion showcase)
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