Shai-li Paldi - We Will Last
Composer and producer Shai-li Paldi shares with us her latest track, “We Will Last” and it’s quite the hypnotizing piece. The four minute track focuses on two piano melodies that come in and out of focus, both carefully bouncing off one another.
Her style and sound has a deeply intimate feeling to it, one that feels as though it’s perfect for any cinematic moment. The tone within, “We Will Last” is a mixture of melancholy and hope, one that leaves the listener reflecting upon their own personal obstacles in life.
This is my first encounter with Shai-li but I look forward to following her future releases given the gorgeous soundscape she has so easily crafted within her latest release.
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