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DEADLETTER – Mere Mortal

DEADLETTER – Mere Mortal

DEADLETTER’s new single “Mere Mortal,” released under SO Recordings, encapsulates the band’s distinctive art-punk vibe with its potent mix of elastic basslines, angular guitar riffs, and explosive saxophone breaks. This track, first aired by Lamacq on BBC 6Music, continues to build anticipation for their debut album “Hysterical Strength.”

The song’s lyrical content, deeply personal yet universally relatable, deals with the pain of a friend’s suicide, exploring themes of loss, longing, and the complex tapestry of human emotions. Produced by Jim Abbiss, known for his work with iconic acts, the production quality of “Mere Mortal” elevates DEADLETTER’s introspective and gritty narrative to new heights.

The music video for “Mere Mortal,” linked to the thematic elements of the track, uses stark, haunting visuals to underscore the song’s exploration of bereavement and survival. It complements the music’s intense energy, creating a full sensory experience that invites listeners to navigate the poignant realities of modern life.

With “Mere Mortal,” DEADLETTER not only promises an album filled with exploratory themes and bold sounds but also a deep dive into the beauty and brutality of existence.

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