2 Songs We Love for Valentine’s Day Featuring alextbh & Glory Daze

Happy Valentine’s Day Pigeons! Here are two gorgeous songs that explore love and heartbreak that we have totally fallen in love with! We know you’ll enjoy these tracks!

alextbh is a Malaysian artist who is openly LGBTQ. He has recently been featured in Vice, Paper, and Billboard Magazine. His new song, released in late January, “No Space” is groovy all the way through with a pumping bass line. alextbh has a beautiful vocal that cuts on the record and feels full of emotion and soul. “No Space” is a well-produced, catchy pop song that combines elements on modern music with styles of the 1980’s and 1990’s. “No Space” is the perfect song to dance to with your friends or loved one(s) this Valentine’s Day! We certainly are!

Find out more about this amazing artist on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alex.tbh/

Listen to the song on Spotify now:

Based in Los Angeles, is electronic pop artist Glory Daze who is out with a new music video for the single titled “Subtract & Divide.” This song is in collaboration with J. Roosevelt and features electronic keyboards, soothing vocals, and a laid-back beat. The music is video is brilliant, beautiful and breathtaking and perfectly fitting for the chill song. The music video features captivating dancing from Carlena Britch. Glory Daze’s voice serves as the perfect rhythm for Carlena’s dancing. Here’s what the artist has to say about this beautiful song: “It’s a song about grappling with the complex mix of nostalgia and grief that accompanies heartbreak. I think we all to some extent end up being haunted by our memories of the good moments. A lot of Carlena’s movement in the video looks like some invisible force is pulling her body through the motions. It’s such a visceral representation of what it feels like when you want to stop thinking about somebody, but feel out of control of your own thoughts.”

Enjoy the powerful video on YouTube now:

More info: https://www.heyglorydaze.com

 


Written by Ryan Cassata

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