Air buzzing with excitement, atmosphere filled with the wait for the unknown and feeling of hope jumping on the beat – this is the vibe coming out of My Heart The Brave latest single “Dark Black”.

Being busy with Palace Winter (which released debut album and was touring heavily during the summer), Caspar Hesselager didn’t forget about his solo project My Heart The Brave and came out with a really interesting song in June 2016. Released at the beginning of summer, “Dark Black” still sounds perfect for the time of Indian summer that we’re having now.

The music of My Heart The Brave perfectly mixes the lightness of electro-pop sounds with sharp, edgy rock elements, gently coming out from the songs here and there. And that “here and there” gives the charm to “Dark Black”. That and the restless electronic beat, shaping the whole song. Vibrating sound coming to our ears from the first second, doesn’t leave us until the last one. You might think it could be irritating, but no! The contrary, it’s addicting!

“Dark Black” rises and falls in perfect moments, builds tension and at the very same time – releases it. The song which seems to be based on a simple idea, opens up new doors each time you listen to it. And behind each of the newly open doors there is a completely new view to discover.

The latest My Heart The Brave’s release is coming after us since June and something tells us it will hunt us for long. Because it’s fresh and heavy, bright and dark, joyful and mysterious.

Stream “Dark Black” on SoundCloud and Spotify.

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