NZCA Lines – Prisoner of Love

We’ve already waxed lyrical (well, as lyrical as we can) about previous singles Real Good Time and Pure Luxury , and now producer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Lovett, aka NZCA Lines, has revealed another sighter of his new album Pure Luxury (out via Memphis Industries on July 10th) with a new single, Prisoner of Love.

Of the track, Lovett says “This song is about the cycle of heartbreak and dependency within a relationship that isn’t working, a constant motion of being pushed away and sucked back in. Both people could be doing this, each at the mercy of the other’s emotions – unable to move forward yet unable to step away, the cycle repeats itself.”

Prisoner of Love is a bubbling dance record, with these 80s gluey bass synths strewn all over it, while Lovett makes like Prince, laying down these dancefloor funk melodies and vocals, as strings and synths join to add more weight.

Check it out, here

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