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As if the song wasn’t unique enough, now they made a remix for it. First a mystical and artistic music video, then a chilled remix focusing on the feeling of getting nothing out of what you thought was something. The remix really gives you a feeling of what emptiness feels like. In this way, I love this remix.
The song changes only the background, so instead of a string instrument the song is driven with a piano beat.
Hush Forever collaborated with Deep Dive Corp. recently and released a song that is on Spotify called “More”. The song has a dark and electronic tone to it that is intriguing to fans of all genre.
Sebastian seems to be doing well on Spotify, with over 5 thousand monthly listens. He’s also getting just under 150k listens on his single Something/Nothing, over 10k on the songs Never Let Me Down Again and Get It. I haven’t gotten any statement from Hush about his recent success, but I’m sure he is as busy as everyone else so that is totally fine!
Shoutout to Hush Forever for making a sweet, mysterious, and electronic new single! Hope to hear from you guys soon!
Hush forever has found a lot of success with collaborating (like mentioned before) Deep Dive Corporation and Mashti. In fact, on Spotify, Something/Nothing has dropped from #1 to #4 on Hush Forever’s most popular song. As of today, On The Road Again (with Mashti and Deep Dive Corporation) has risen to #2 with over 20k listens in just over 2 months. Never Let Me Down Again [NLMDA] (also with Mashti and Deep Dive Corporation) has additionally gotten over 60k listens since its release in July 2017 putting it at #3. It is so obvious that people are listening to the tracks, but are they liking it? Well, they must be because he just finished a tour in Asia and parts of Europe.
So far in 2018, Sebastian has been coming out with really good quality music, and I honestly find myself listening to On The Road Again about once or twice a day. With a title reminding me of a Willie Nelson song, I expected it to be a psychedelic/house cover version of that song at first (which is something I feel like he would do). To my surprise, it wasn’t even close to what I expected it to be. Although the song was definitely somewhat psychedelic, I really can’t relate it to any artists/song I know of except The Hum & The Howl’s most recent song called I Wish I Was A Shark (review for TH&TH coming most likely late this year or next year). I honestly don’t have anything negative to say about this song, and the same goes for NLMDA.
Never Let Me Down Again is a rather dark themed song, similarly to On The Road Again. Either Deep Dive Corporation or Mashti or Hush Forever (probably all) seem to have a thing for dark aromatic beats against melancholy vocals, and I kind of like the tone but just hope it doesn’t get overused. Never Let Me Down Again definitely sounds like a song Radiohead or even Interpol would come out with, but yet it’s not at all anything like the horrific mess the new Arctic Monkey’s album (Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino) turned out to be. By the way, that Arctic Monkey’s album easily gets 2 out 5 stars for me despite how much I love the band.
Overall these two new tracks don’t seem to only benefit Deep Dive Corporation, they also seem to get Hush Forever and Mashti’s names out there. That’s a truly awesome thing for all artists, and really hope all there success continues!