Track: Arliston – Camomile

With the release of their EP ‘The Ground Might Disappear’ Arliston have shared the gorgeous lead single ‘Camomile’.

Speaking more about the release, Arliston go on to explain: 

“Experimenting with different time signatures finally paid off with Camomile- the verse is in 7/8 and the chorus flips to 4/4 for that ‘resolution’ moment, which feels super satisfying to us”

“As a result of the different time signatures in the song, Camomile has this tidal ebb and flow to it that we find really beguiling”

“Originally, it was an attempt at making a light-hearted song! It didn’t quite pan out that way, but I think there are still some fun, insincere moments in there”

Soft vocals and vibrating synths give this track a gorgeous sound. It wraps around you like cotton wool allowing you to drift off to the achingly heartfelt lyrics. Arliston are creating beautiful music right now.

Check it out, here

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