2019-08-28T16:15:40-04:00 2019-08-28T12:42:51-04:00

Daniela Andrade yearns for forbidden love on "Wet Dreams"

Honduran-Canadian artist and producer Daniela Andrade has been hinting at new musical directions for her upcoming Tamale EP, which is due out later this fall. Andrade has delivered a preview of the new EP with the release of the soulful, atmospheric track "Wet Dreams." With an engrossing combination of heavenly vocal harmonies and stylish production with a heavy back beat, the song is an enticing taste of the forthcoming project as Andrade incorporates elements of jazz and R&B into her already impressive sound.

The song's minimal production and instrumentation of just drums, bass, and keys provides an appropriately stripped down sound palette for Andrade's intimate vocal delivery. She sings about grappling with feelings of longing toward someone in a way that feels wrong. Over fascinatingly warbling guitar patterns, her voice glides through the mix in the chorus as she writes, "I sink into my sleep at night / think about you when I cry / want you so bad that I might die / guess that's something over nothing." While Andrade states that her inspiration for the song came from experiences in puberty, her pining words will resonate with audiences of any age. Andrade's superb musicianship and emotive lyrics make "Wet Dreams" a downtempo stunner and should garner buzz for the EP this fall.

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Categories:
Ambient R&B · Jazz

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