Death Rattle | He & I

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He & I

by Death Rattle

A five track debut of beautiful dark electronic pop. Fusing Sleigh Bell and Fever Ray into a menacing beast of its own.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. The Dig
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2. Do As You Please
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3:18 $0.99
3. Fixer
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4. Mouse Chorus
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5. Sorry for Your Loss
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From start to finish, HE&I EP sends shivers down your spine. Like a sensual futuristic android, Helen's dark and droning
vocal harmonies create a robotic feel to ‘The Dig’ with Chris's beats akin to a mechanical heart thumping underneath -
this is Death Rattle’s war cry and signature style. Increasing the tempo, ‘Do As You Please’ follows perfectly with the
band’s bold, tribal-esque beats playing a big part once more behind Helen's dark and evocative lyrics. Although the duo
keep their signature beats and mesmerising vocals consistent, they present many more layers to unravel as the last
three tracks unfold. ‘Fixer’ is the dark, mutated lovechild of Sleigh Bells and Friendly Fires - beguiling and rebellious
with an enticingly memorable chorus. ‘Mouse Chorus’ slows the pace to a gentle hypnotic canter and their fifth and final
track ‘Sorry For Your Loss’, seems the perfect end to such a mesmerising journey.


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