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Dying Son is Ooberfuse’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Ooberfuse’s “Dying Son” is a powerful and evocative piece that transcends the boundaries of music, transforming into a message for the world.

Dying Son is Ooberfuse’s Single Out Now

The song’s atmosphere is incredible, drawing the listener in with its raw emotion. The vocals are phenomenal, possessing a depth that conveys the lyrics’ weight and touches the soul directly.

Ooberfuse isn’t here for empty entertainment; they’re here to deliver pure, unadulterated emotion. The song’s ethnic vibes evoke a sense of wandering hopelessness, reminiscent of the plight faced on the streets of Gaza.

It’s a stark reminder that the tragedies broadcasted on television screens are not mere movies; they’re terrifying realities.

“Dying Son” is a wake-up call, a scream to rouse our collective consciousness. It forces us to confront the harsh truth: children are dying, families are losing everything, and hope seems to dwindle.

Yet, amidst the despair, there’s a glimmer of purpose. This magnificent song is more than just a tune; it’s a message for the world, a plea to acknowledge the suffering and fight for a better future.

The masterful vocal performance, combined with the song’s fantastic chord progressions and arrangements, sends shivers down the spine. “Dying Son” is a haunting composition that will stay with you long after the last note fades.

Dying Son is Ooberfuse’s Single Out Now!


Palestinian multi-instrumentalists Charlie Rishmawi and Miguel Khair join forces with London band Ooberfuse to release a poignant musical lament highlighting the devastating emotional turmoil caused when an only beloved child falls victim on the Holy Land’s battlefields.

Whilst the intensity of grief that pierces to the profoundest depths of a mother’s broken heart can never be spoken of in words, the new song Dying Son makes audible something of the deep distress that loss of a beloved child induces.

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