The brand new single from London’s ETAN brings through a unique fusion of qualities, and holds close to strength of songwriting and style for a fearless look at the complexities of intimate relationships.
Featuring a hypnotically descending synth riff in the backdrop, the electro-organic pop offering blends elements of trip hop sound-design with subtly catchy writing and intimate ideas for a deeply moving audio experience.
There’s a nostalgic quality to the vocal style, the melody and production on the voice unite to create a power-ballad kind of hook that resolves well.
Emerging complete with a set of equally dreamy visuals, captured on an iPhone during the infamous lockdown months, Hang on to Me delves into the topic of love; the often unclear lines between committing to another and becoming co-dependent.
Ultimately the chorus calls out for connection in a relatable way, and the rising passion of this moment, combined with the enchanting visual effects and equal emotion in the performance, reaches out with genuine depth and devotion.