TVD Video Premiere: Terrane,
“Let It Never Be”

Mystical London-based, alt-pop artist Terrane drops ethereal visuals for new single.

“Let It Never Be” is lifted from Terrane’s upcoming debut album, Underwater, which has already gathered support from Neon Music and Mystic Sons. It’s a gorgeous fusion of earthy songwriting and electro impulses which call to mind the dreamier side of Trevor Hall and the more accessible work of Bon Iver. The watery visuals only make the song’s delicate fingerpicking and hushed vocals more hypnotic, causing one to be swept up in its ethereal alt-pop groove.

Human connection via digital circuits seems to be key throughout both Terrane’s output and creative environment. Living and working from below London’s infamous BT Tower, his music seems to have assimilated both the technical complexity and simple human connections supplied by the myriad of conversations and signals the telecom tower processes and transmits on a daily basis – and perhaps its transparency has rubbed off on him.

In an age where most creatives are desperate to tell you all of their story, all the time, across a hundred different platforms, Terrane’s new album is content to deliver his narrative in one clear, single transmission.

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