2020 Singles

teepee – Parallel World (Review)

Dream-pop duo teepee return with their latest single “Parallel World” taken off their upcoming album Where the Ocean Breaks, due to drop January 31st via Springstoff. Recorded at the Aurora Studios in Vienna with producer Tom O. Marsh, the whole album is set to be an inspired soundscape paying ode to subtle samples and melancholic, confessional English lyrics. Surrounding itself in an upbeat atmosphere, the melody guides through naked, emotive lyrics while the production coats round the track’s intimacy. 

Speaking of inner peace and the path to self-contentment, the track’s delivered with breathtaking vocals and inspirational instrumentation. Tereza Lavičková (singer/electric guitarist) mentioned “Everyone is searching for happiness, but maybe we are looking for it in the wrong places. While living in India, I finally realized that happiness is rooted within ourselves. It’s not about how many things you have, or how successful you are. No one else can make you happy if you are not happy within yourself. This song is about the parallel world that exists in all of us, but we just have a hard time to find it in this toxic society”.

“For me, out of many other places, I found my parallel world in the ocean. While living in the Basque Country, I had the chance to go to the beach almost every day, sometimes learning to surf, or only to watch the waves. The place where the ocean breaks thus became very special for me – a place of peace and concentration,” added Miroslav Patočka (singer/acoustic guitarist)

Score: 4/5

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