STAR SEED bursts into Night Mode with "I'm Outside"

The duo STAR SEED presents through Night Mode "I'm Outside" along with the collaboration of vocalist Charity Vance.

After breaking onto the dance scene less than a year ago, STAR SEEDS They have gotten into the electronic pop industry. After a quick succession of independent releases, the duo stood out with "Heaven", with the collaboration of Meggie York. This was the first official release on a label, occupying the main place in the second installment of the compilation. Ophelia Records "Advent". The next few months further expanded their creative vision with a series of releases Enhanced Music, ENFORCE and KnightVision. With a complete expansion of the project, STAR SEED is presented in Night Mode with a new single that they have been perfecting until the right moment to release presented itself. They aren't the only promising talents to pitch for Night Mode. Talented artists such as Heimanu with his song "Atrea".

After years gathering dust, which in its day it was a demo has been properly perfected and the time has come to be launched under the name of "I'm Outside." Essential part of the track, the indie pop phenomenon Charity Vance brings a voice full of passion. Lasting three minutes, it begins with a voicemail recording of an obsessed stalker who admits that she has been watching from a not very safe distance. Vance's fervent tone is kept in the shadows giving a feeling of imminent danger that is even comforting. This is not the only novelty of the duo. "INNERSPACE" is the name of the debut EP with an estimated date for June 2021.

“Charity's voice was so dark that the instrumentation wrote itself. This song has been through so much, since it was hidden for four years until files were lost… We are very happy to have finally released it ». - STAR SEED.

Enjoy "I'm Outside" through Spotify and stay tuned for possible news regarding his debut EP through the social media of the duo.

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