Songs for Sabotage is a Brooklyn-based duo, transforming their love for retro pop, indie, and 90s alternative into colorful soundscapes of self-expression. Lina Sophie and Richey Rose have an affinity for darkness that manifests through sonic concepts, soundscape design, and melodic moods. Their tracks impart a sense of freedom and soft defiance as they explore humane experiences of living in unconventional sound environments. In their latest single, Pills, Songs for Sabotage create a romantic sphere within contours of dark pop to form an enigmatic and energetic song. Listen Now! 

The track is an evolving mosaic of analogue synths, pop vocals, and relentless bass moments that is reminiscent of a mix of Daft Punk and ABBA with soft techno and flashing melodies. Moments of vivacity are tempered by diving trajectories and dark sound textures. Led by Lina’s confident and passionate vocals, the soundscape intuitively shifts and adapts to match her message and mood. 

Since their formation in 2017, the duo have released two albums. Each track showcases an inclination to explore and redefine traditional commentaries around mental health, relationships, and identity. 

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

You can listen to Pills by Songs for Sabotage here –