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Princess Die is Mother Culture’s Single | Indie Music

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Mother Culture in the past but this Duo is back with a new cool single and I want to share my opinion about it.

Princess Die is Mother Culture’s Single | Indie Music

The atmosphere created by this song immediately intrigued me.

The guitar riff in some moments reminded me of the Stereophonics. The vocal interpretation is perfect, sweet and magical that manages to make you believe the words of the lyrics.

We all strive to be successful and to be recognized for what we do but often we don’t realize the problems these people face in everyday life.

The world becomes your prison as in every place you go people recognize you and therefore you can never take off your mask and you must always play a part in this “human comedy”.

This song deals with a very interesting topic with simplicity. Mother Culture besides producing fine music are also guys who have something to say and their songs are complete in every aspect.

Absolutely reconfirmed!

Princess Die is Mother Culture’s Single Out Now!


Princess Die is Mother Culture’s Single | Indie Music

Mother Culture is the brainchild of brothers Darcy and Spencer Ward. The pair work entirely independently writing, performing and producing everything you hear from their Melbourne based home studio. The brothers draw from a wide range of musical influences to create their own bombastic blend of indie rock, psychedelia and pop. After releasing their debut EP ‘To Be Frank’ Nov 2020 and several follow up singles throughout 2021/2022.

This song is written about a question, what if all these women in famous songs didn’t want to be in these songs in the first place? What if the things sung about them never came true? It kind of takes away a person’s autonomy when you write them into a song like that and it left me wondering how they might really feel about it. In the chorus ‘Princess Die’ is sung as a play on words to Princess Diana who famously died in a car crash in 1997 and since has had a legacy created around her that’s stranger than any fiction. She didn’t want to be famous or in that situation at all, she just wanted to be happy. It’s a heartbreaking story what happened to her, and a real life example of what I was writing about.

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