Hollingen - Cracks
The warm and comforting sounds echoing from Hollingen’s latest single, “Cracks” is beyond gorgeous. The textured notes that escape throughout the song immediately stood out to me and gave the track a melancholic feel.
Composed by the Swedish artist Hollingen, “Cracks” is a lovely piece that encapsulates neo-classical melodies and ambient pads. Acting as a subtle homage to Leonard Cohen, the song has a wonderful balance of striking chords and spacious synths that float underneath the melodies. As this is my first introduction to Hollingen, I only look forward to more releases as “Cracks” has become an instant favorite of mine.
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