Iris Lune - Math
The intro is eerie and enticing, it’s already feeling like an incredibly unique and otherworldly song by the producer and singer-songwriter, Iris Lune (Ella Joy Meir) in her latest track, “Math.”
Her vocals are stealthy and pair incredibly well with the instrumentation in this darker, electronic atmosphere. One of my favorite moments is the remarkable chorus as she echoes, “It doesn’t add up.” The song revolves around the injustice of the world - from losing someone in a break up to no longer having control in a situation and having to accept it, some things just don’t add up and it’s the sad truth we all face at times.
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