Posted August 21, 2018 by Mike Mineo in Electronic

Beatrix Sky – “Forget Me”

A bustling rhythms section and a flourish of cathedral-set organs give “Forget Me” an intriguing feel from the get-go. The Seattle-based Beatrix Sky complements this soundscape with her stirring vocals, which rise from a specter-like state in the verses to a rousing call during the chorus, asking “where have you gone?” Percussion pulls back around 01:20 as the keys assemble for a Beach House-like period of spacey pop bliss. Another interlude, about a minute later, also plays effectively — before the track concludes in its final minute with all defining elements – percussion, keys, vocals – intermingling with balanced precision. “Forget Me” is a fantastic new track from Beatrix Sky.

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