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Morire is Emma Hunter’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Emma Hunter and Tom Bruce are entertaining us again with another haunting song.

Morire is Emma Hunter’s Single Out Now

This song has vibes ranging from Ennio Morricone to Nancy Sinatra.

An epic sound blend. The trumpet creates a western atmosphere that makes you feel like you’re in one of those old west villages before a duel. This song would be the perfect soundtrack for a Spaghetti Western starring Clint Eastwood.

The arrangements are so qualitatively rich that I was left literally speechless.

Emma Hunter’s voice enchanted me again and I felt like Ulysses the first time he heard the chant of the mermaids during his odyssey.

The song is accompanied by a beautiful video, where you can see the tormented love of two lovers on the beach.

These two artists have created a wonderful musical chemistry. Tom Bruce’s modern intuitions place this music in a timeless universe.

Morire is a masterpeiece. 10 out of 10!

Morire is Emma Hunter’s Single Out Now!


Sublime!


Morire is Emma Hunter’s Single Out Now

Singer-songwriter, 1950s-inspired guitarist, and loop-maker Emma Hunter, together with the trip-hop-inspired percussionist Tom Bruce, create complexly evocative soundscapes, filled with dramatic Lynchian atmosphere. Intricate melodies and rich Chanteuse-Esque harmonies lie at the heart of every darkly imaginative soundscape crafted to indulge the listener in sun-blistered cinematic escapism.

Morire, released on the 16th March 2023, is an Italian word which directly translates as ‘to die and fade.’ The song, therefore explores how our vices can be the very thing which causes someone to fade away and lose who they truly are; the listener is encouraged to see this issue through the viewpoint of the partner of someone who is drowning and disappearing in their own vices. Recorded in Oxfordshire at Shonk Studios, the song includes dark, Morricone style guitars with mariachi trumpets to add to the drama, played by Steve Preston.




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