Crywolf – Akureyri | New Music – Conversations About Her

Crywolf – Akureyri | New Music

Conversations About Her

Crywolf – Akureyri | New Music

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The lone wolf who once lived within the electronic music sphere has broken out with flying colours as his search for creativity and individualism has produced some fantastic results, this new single “Akureyri” proving his journey’s worth. Crywolf bravely took escapism to a whole new level and excluded himself in a small Icelandic village creating a concept album. In his documentary series following this experience, he comments on the struggle:

 

“Of all the difficulties facing artists, sustaining creativity seems to be the hardest. Inspiration comes and goes with the wind, seemingly out of nowhere”.

 

Nevertheless, he has successfully created art, with this inspiring synth heavy ballad working harmoniously alongside his soft yet powerful vocals.

 

The song was inspired by a series of dreams Justin Phillips had in which an ex-girlfriend slowly faded away. While he tried to grasp onto her, “she was willingly going with it.” Phillips tells Consequence of Sound the dream gave him, “The gut wrenching feeling of loss, along with the tranquility that comes from finally accepting it. That was the strangest part about it – the juxtaposition of such disparate feelings. The day I wrote this song, I woke up with that feeling thick on my mind, and I knew I had to get it out.”

 

You can listen to Crywolf’s third single “Akureyri” below, which is off his debut album Cataclasm coming out in November:

 

 

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Finn Brownbill

A recent graduate with a BA in History. However, my passion lies in spreading the good word of music. Now I am all about the future, not what has happened in the past. From indie to electronic to chillwave to rap to folk, I love to write about all the up-and-coming gems of music as well as the legendary bands which have developed my love for music. Although it makes putting my music library on shuffle quite an undesirable experience. Feel free to follow me on twitter for more music related posts.

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