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THE SALVADOR DARLINGS

‘Passenger’ is the new electronic track from London, UK based The Salvador Darlings, which has already racked up over 280,000 views in an online video it has been used on. ‘Passenger’ will be released on June 14th 2018. The video will also be released on June 14th 2018.

The Salvador Darlings, fronted by Carine Fierobe, originally from Paris, and producer Bryan Borcherds team up yet again for a new electronic / trip hop inspired song, with similarities to Massive Attack, Lamb, Bjork, and Lorde.

The song has already been featured in a promotional video by synthesizer manufacturer, Arturia, with the release of their new MiniBrute 2 synth, with over a quarter of a million views already.

‘Passenger’ is a powerful, dark, emotional electronic track. Vocalist Carine Fierobe says, “Passenger is about fake life choices and the trap of unconditional love.”

Paul Godfrey (Morcheeba): “The production on your stuff sounds amazing! Love the drums and beautiful songs too. Plus the band name is very cool. Well done all round!” 

Andy Barlow (Lamb): “I’m loving the sound, the feel and the goddamn sexiness of it.” 

Ade Fenton (Gary Numan producer): “Love the song, really, really like your singer’s voice.”

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