The Copenhagen based trio CHINAH return today with a brand new offering entitled ‘Even Love’ – a silky smooth pop gem, underpinned by a chunky bassline and perfectly balanced electronic beats. The outfit have been steadily dropping new tunes since 2016’s release Once The Lights Are On, each new track defining their songwriting prowess further and offering up another take on their pristine, pop-laden style.
Speaking on the record, CHINAH told Pigeons & Planes, “In our minds, Even Love is not one clear, bright color, as it is neither completely sad, nor completely happy. The color of the song is a shade in-between, that comes from the interaction between the cheerfulness in an up-tempo beat and the melancholy and drowsiness in the vocals and lyrics. We hope that listeners will find this interesting, and that they will not find the vocals too sad/dramatic and not find the beat too cheeky, but instead that they will appreciate the way those two contrasts compliment each other.”
CHINAH excel in all aspects of their craft, which is one of the most exciting things about this band. Their songwriting never fails to capture a mood; the often dramatic production sizzling away, complementing Fine’s delicate, but familiar vocals. ‘Even Love’ seems carefree on the surface, but on another level it’s quite profound: “even love can’t erase a memory / even time can’t erase what you’ve seen” will be haunting you for days.
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