Clare Easdown pours down the emotion and trauma she went through when she was feeling void of silence when she wanted to make contact with her ex-lover in a new song called “Scopolamine.”
Parting ways with your lover while you still have feelings for him or her is heartbreaking, and you could feel Clare’s agony in this new song. Clare talked about times when she really wants to see the person she loves but realizes that it might never happen. She feels the longing and behaves in a way that might not be good, but the reality is harsh, and it’s sinking in that her wish may never come true. “Scopolamine” is like a piece of her heart being torn and turned into lyrics, melody, and beats.
“Scopolamine” is a love song that didn’t go the way it should. It’s filled with pain and a strong desire that runs deep. It’s like having heart surgery with your heart wide open. The song tells us that love can be as deep and hurtful as falling into a very deep hole.
It has a hazy, pop sound with some soothing guitar strums. Throughout the song, the guitar was the primary instrument used. At first, only Clare’s singing and some dreamy guitar chords were heard, but then, at about 0 minutes and 38 seconds, some slow-tempo drumming was added. There was sadness in Clare’s voice, but she let herself go to the rhythm of the music and sang easily. Her calm, soothing voice added beauty and melancholy to the music. The beats were already great, but her voice made them even cooler.
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