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SLANDER announces Heaven Sent record label with heartfelt single, “Hurts Sometimes”

After burning it down at the Virtual Vibes music festival—quite literally, with an enormous fire breathing medusa structure shooting flames behind them—SLANDER appears to be taking things in a slightly different direction with their newly-announced music label, Heaven Sent Records. Kicking off the new heartfelt-driven label is a collaboration between Slander, Fairlane, and Johnathan Mendelsohn, in a song titled, “Hurts Sometimes.”

Fans may notice SLANDER’s trademark sound in the new track, but should also expect a slightly new twist that the duo hasn’t always been known for. The lyrics take listeners on an emotional, and at times painful, journey intended to make the participant not just hear the song, but really feel it. “Doesn’t everybody hurt sometimes?,” rings throughout a melody strung from angelic chords, and although it seems like a universal question, it really makes the audience think deeper.

While it’s uncertain which direction SLANDER intend on taking the new label, this first song hints that it could be more of a melodic or even future bass inspired vibration. It’s a frequency that would thoughtfully delineate the newly-minted imprint from SLANDER’s more hardcore, dubstep-driven label, Gud Vibrations, with NGHTMRE. With plenty going on with Gud Vibrations, such as the label’s upcoming release of WAVEDASH’s first-ever album, World Life Tour, SLANDER are certainly turning themselves into a sound factory exploring and promoting beats and bangers of every flavor.

SLANDER & Fairlane – Hurts Sometimes ft. Jonathan Mendelsohn

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