Coldwave artist Grabyourface has made a name for herself in the new wave of goth, with her modern sounds and relevant lyrics about mental illness and self-exploration. Such topics are explored in-depth on her latest album “Sea” a record that promises to be “a must-have for anyone wanting some music to cry to”.
Such tears may come from the emotionally fraught synth-laden track “Shore”, a song that feels like something akin to wandering across a beach, or desolate city streets after being cast away and emotionally shipwrecked.
But, as Grabyourface’s explains, the captain may have been the one to go down with this ship:
Watch the video for “Shore” below:
Along with “Shore”, the album features the majestic track “So”, on which the organ takes the crescendo up to the highest peaks, with a more rapid beat and intense synths, and the immensely sad closer “Sea”, the title track, a violent and emotional journey through suicide.
“Sea” will be out on December 18th via Negative Gain.
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