In her latest single, Scopolamine, Clare Easdown fathoms a sonic expanse. The track is an ethereal confession of love, undulating in its gentleness and irrevocable in its sentiment. Her quivering vocals are like the calm waves of the ocean, lapping endlessly at the shores of the heart. The deep intimacy and dazed reverie is enchanting and arresting. Listen Now!

The track has an instant outworly quality to it. With synth breezes, mellow keys, sonic shadows, and echoes, she crafts a cosmic romanticism into the soundscape. However, the emotional magnitude of the track is a complex layer. There’s a darkness to it, an unending grief that underlies the composition. Which is clarified by the gaunt lyrical analogies and metaphors that Clare uses to describe the love. Perhaps, the protagonist is singing to a lost lover, whose absence is suffocating and painful.

Clare Easdown is an Australian singer-songwriter and artist from Sydney. Her perceptions of human nature, emotion, and society are dimensionalized by facets of loneliness, melancholy, and tragedy. As she works through these emotions, the song evolves to become orbs of hope, empowerment, love, and joy. It always comes in the most unsuspecting of ways.

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

You can listen to Scopolamine by Clare Easdown here –