Ghostly Kisses – Garden

Ghostly Kisses’ “Garden” is a moody and slow-moving epic, with prominently-featured, elegant strings beautifully complimenting Margaux Sauvé’s sultry alto vocals. The production feels effortlessly smooth and manages to keep things exciting by building momentum with lovely crescendos and a propulsive beat. The Québec-based songwriter’s lyrics are melancholic and depict two lovers’ incapability to connect: “Bound to one another/Can’t disclaim/But we act alone” sings Sauvé during the chorus, further emphasizing the song’s sadness. But the music’s dream-like quality makes the sadness easier to deal with, even liberating.

“Garden” is featured on Ghostly Kisses’ new EP What You See. If you’re in Montreal, be sure to check out the release show on March 31 at Matahari Loft.

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