Lisofv - Numb Hard
You’ve found yourself exploring the city streets, looking for that moment of fresh air and peace. You’re looking for new places and unfamiliar faces but there’s one thing to accompany you on the journey inward and it’s “Numb Hard” by Lisofv.
The song contains elements of downtempo and jazz, creating a moody and strikingly beautiful atmosphere. The percussion gives the song a unique feel of energy, meanwhile the piano melodies that float above are instantly mesmerizing. This is one of those songs that keeps your attention from start to finish, a song that you’ll have on repeat as you explore the city skyline.
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