Chris Caulfield sets forth an unnerving atmosphere of dark pop and pseudo hip-hop in his latest track, Stockholm Syndrome. Taking cues from the thematic essence, the artist infuses the song with a fluid blend of toxicity, pain, melancholy, and tragedy. Driven by a refined hip-hop rhythm, the vocals color the soundscape with story and emotion. Alluring baritones are accentuated by wisps of falsettos and layers of harmonies. And sifting through these weaves of timbre, you’ll find a hypnotic consciousness that you cannot extricate yourself from. Listeners of Billie Eilish, Halsey, and Lorde are sure to enjoy the cerebral miasma of this track. 

The artist is a musician from Toronto, Canada who has claimed the lo-fi, alt pop space with hits like ‘Feelings’ and ‘Porchlight’. He curates an extremely flexible and genre-bending dynamic with haunting themes and enchanting interpretations. Chris debuted in early 2021 with his single, ‘Wolves’ and has since racked up quite an impressive discography that speaks to his artistic prowess more than this writer ever could. His latest tracks ‘Porchlight’ and ‘Ugly’ were released early this year (2023), both of which are portraits of introspection with a passionate release. Listen Now! 

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

You can listen to Stockholm Syndrome by Chris Caulfield here –