Premiere: Web Rumors - Heaven

Premiere: Web Rumors - Heaven

A deep pre-house full-bodied experience that will wrap you up in infectious melodies and grooves.

Boorloo’s (Perth) very own new-wave dexterous artist Web Rumors kick off 2022 with a deep pre-house dancefloor burner Heaven, a synth lead full-bodied experience that will wrap you up in it's infectious melodies and grooves. Since our introduction to the unstoppable solo project, there has been a substantial amount of delightful art-pop and post-disco sounds released, with two LP’s under her belt featuring a range of tunes that have weaved their way into listeners' heads and hearts alike. 

Prolific singer-songwriter, and accomplished producer Em Burrows teleports us to the New York club scene of the 80s with Heaven, a nostalgic journey that transcends sonically and lyrically to celestial levels. Layers of comforting analogue synthesizers, driving bass lines and looped beats dynamically build and cascade to provide an environment for Em’s commanding vocals to thrive and create a meaningful impact. Announced earlier this month on Web Rumors’ socials accompanying the message ”The dancefloor: place of belonging, liberation, and euphoria.'' Heaven is an uplifting track that reminds us that moments both past and present can not only co-exist, but can fall deeply in love.    

Out this Thursday (Feb 17), give Heaven an early listen now as it premieres today on Pilerats. 

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