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Dehd – Alien

Dehd – Alien

Chicago’s own indie rock outfit Dehd introduces “Alien,” a new single from their anticipated album, “Poetry.” The track is a meditative exploration of self-love, adorned with warm basslines, delicate, twinkling guitar riffs, and the soulful percussion of Eric McGrady. The vocals, a tender interplay between Emily Kempf and Jason Bella, weave through the instrumentation in a dreamy, harmonic cascade that feels like a gentle yet profound affirmation of self-worth.

Inspired by Kempf’s personal reflections on the significance of self-love, “Alien” encapsulates the rewarding journey of embracing one’s essence. The song’s production mirrors this theme with its bright, airy quality, making it feel like a soothing balm for the soul. As the layers of voice and instrument meld into a luminous soundscape, “Alien” invites listeners into a space of introspection and acceptance.

This release not only highlights Dehd’s evolving musical sophistication but also reaffirms their knack for crafting songs that resonate on a deeply emotional level. With its understated elegance and heartfelt lyricism, “Alien” promises to be a standout track on “Poetry,” showcasing the band’s ability to capture universal human experiences with both subtlety and depth.

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