Ooberfuse are an electro-influenced alt-pop songwriting duo based in London and composed of instrumentalist Hal St John and vocalist Cherrie Anderson. This sonic banner believes in dynamism, in music, emotion, expression, momentum, and energy. In many ways, that’s what drives their vision. The listener is always rewarded with novelty. Be it idea or execution. Their latest single, ‘Dying Son’ exemplifies the essence of ooberfuse’s music making. You’ll see oriental introductions infiltrated by accents of middle eastern mystique, earthy beats. The lyrics are ethereal poetry and the harmonies are a hypnotic rise. And in between these two planes, Cherrie’s vocals are vulnerable, intimate, and evocative. 

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The pop elements shows up in such unconventional and experimental ways. Among all these diverse influences, it glows and diminishes like a mirage. The more you seek it out, the more the cycle repeats itself. Both the artists stand out in their craftsmanship, distilled and refined to elevate the theme, it speaks to a supreme artistic devotion. Listen Now! 

ooberfuse debuted in 2016 and has since released over twenty singles, EPs and an album. Their discography is loaded with an alluring sonic ethos that you can’t help but return to. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to ‘Dying Son’ by Ooberfuse here –