Please listen to this new single from HANDSOME called Save Some Love, it's beautiful

Please listen to this new single from HANDSOME called Save Some Love, it's beautiful

Chuck her on your artists to watch list right now if she's not already.

About a month ago I shared a pretty great remix from dance music royalty Stereogamous, taking HANDSOME's Late Night Ball Game feat. Joyride for a euphoric late night spin in the club. One month down the track and we now have her second single, Save Some Love, and hoo-boy, words aren't going to do it justice. I mean I'll try, but feel free to go ahead and just press play.

Just to get you up to speed, HANDSOME is the new project from the artist formerly known as Caitlin Park, and she's turning her attention to an incredibly special brand of moody electronic pop, not unlike early days The xx in some respects, but that's just me lazily applying a relatable descriptor. Her new single is something else entirely, with a bit of Bon Iver-esque auto-tune, lush harmonies, a bubbly-yet-restrained beat and a mountain of feels. On it, she says: "Save Some Love is a reminder to love yourself. We allow ourselves too often to give all of our energy, positivity and love out to other people, we often for get to leave a little for ourselves. This song has many different stories to it, many heroines that I have met in my life that have done and said things that have reminded me how important self-love and authenticity truly is."

Alright I tried to put some words to it, but seriously just listen.

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