Deb Never and Love Spells Linger on the Bewitching "Dope Sick"


The Pigeons & Planes’ See You Next Year 2 compilation album, slated for release on March 29, boasts an extraordinary tracklist featuring an array of talented artists. Among these, Deb Never and Love Spells stand out with their exceptional collaboration, “Dope Sick,” which serves as the lead single for the compilation album. Characterized by a distinctive blend of synth-heavy arrangements and raw, emotive vocals, their sound is a sonic delight that promises to leave a lasting impression on listeners.

In this collaboration, Love Spells and Never bring their unique indie rock styles to the table. Love Spells enchants with ethereal vocals and a dreamy fusion of indie rock and dream pop, while Never adds an edgy touch of indie rock and R&B to the mix. The result is a delightful blend of nostalgia and modern flair, sure to captivate any music lover's heart.

The recording of “Dope Sick” took place at the renowned Shangri-La studios, under the guidance of Jack Laboz. With such an accomplished producer at the helm, it was evident that the outcome would be nothing short of exceptional. The single seamlessly merges the two artists' distinct sonic styles, finding common ground where both Never and Love Spells can run free, or in this case, linger for just a moment longer. The lyrics delve into the theme of heartache and lost love, adding a touch of melancholy to the praiseworthy sonic experimentation on display.

Listen to "Dope Sick" below:

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