Nova One Shares Violet Dreams Video

Perhaps the visual aesthetic and influences of Roz Raskin harken to 60s pop, but the feel of Nova One‘s “Violet Dreams” seems every bit steeped in the current climate we’ve been in for the last few years. There’s this almost slow-moving trait to the track, like the song got stuck in some time warp and slowly spins in this galactic haze. I love the way Raskin’s voice seems to have this purposeful emphasis on various syllables, as if each note carries a secret only evident to the narrator. It’s a subtle song, staring off into the horizon of the unknown with the rest of us. This song appears on Lovable, which drops on April 24th via Community Records.

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