Mine is pessimistic and makes the world feel it. But let's be honest, those who can actually defend themselves against displeasure and Weltschmerz these days seem to have internalized optimism with every breath. For better or worse, the rest of us give in to the depressing news situation and feel how a little more resentment grows almost every day.
That’s how it works Songwriter minewho freed herself from all these thoughts with the song “Accident”. It's almost a cathartic effect that Mine has in her new single. It feels invigorating and good to surrender completely to frustration with the world, politics and your own impotence and, above all, not to be alone with it.
The new single: Accident
Mine finds an outlet in the music and in her project and in her video combines the dystopian lyrics with explicit images. Again and again you can recognize moments of the musician, scraps from music videos, from live performances, snippets of photos, stories and album covers. But this cultural idyll is thwarted by far more threatening recordings. From demos to burning forests, Mine evokes all worry, anger and powerlessness.
The world is an accidentMine accident
Where should I start?
The world is on fire!
Musically she seems to find her way back to her orchestral love after trips to R'n'B and autotune. The beat fades into the background, instead the drama of the burning world merges into opulent strings. Already on her debut in 2014 she tried her hand at the crossroads of pop and classical music. Now she seems to be uniting her love for rap more and more with her intertwined arrangements, thus uniting both styles.
The young mine in our TV Noir living room
“Accident” was part of a big project, because before Mine started with this single, the musician opened the action singminesong.dewhere that “accident” was made available to the public. This resulted in over 50 versions of the title, including Klan and AB Syndrom.
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