HUNGER: Naked The Video venerdì, 5 ottobre 2018 21:39 by madseason
HUNGER - Naked

After enjoying millions of Spotify streams as well as commercial features, HUNGER is back with another banger. Visceral, unique, and evocative, Austrian trio HUNGER create an immersive experience with a new cinematic music video for their song Naked.

Guided by catchy lyrics, Naked combines a harmonic blend of electro-pop and alt-rock to create a track that's bound to resonate with the pickiest of ears.

Exploring themes of self-acceptance and individuality, Naked is an anthem of inspiration for listeners who find themselves overly self-conscious.

Credits of the song include production by Daniele Autore, mixing by Jeremy Wheatley, and mastering by Joe La Porta, all of which have collectively worked with artists like Taylor Swift, Imagine Dragons, and The Neighbourhood.

Watch the exciting music video for Naked clicking on the image.

Get Naked with HUNGER lunedì, 27 agosto 2018 22:08 by madseason
HUNGER - Naked

Many of you should already know Austrian alt/synth-pop band HUNGER from the 2018 Mitsubishi commercial or a feature on Netflix's 13 Reasons Why.

HUNGER hails from the idyllic suburbs of Vienna and formed in early 2014. Childhood friends, Daniel Rumpel and Johannes Herbst approached long-term fellow vocalist Lucas Fendrich with the intention of creating a truly dark and cinematic sound. Once they'd developed a batch of demos, the three musicians headed to the outskirts of Vienna, built up a studio in a borrowed apartment and brought their sound to life.

HUNGER have a brand new single out. Released last August 24, it's called Naked and was produced by Daniele Autore, mixed by Jeremy Wheatley (Depeche Mode, Taylor Swift) and mastered by Joe La Porta (Imagine Dragons, Panic! at the Disco, The Neighborhood).

A moody, melodic blend of synth-pop and alt-rock, Naked embodies a deeply visceral cinematic experience. The Austrian musicians offer heavy beats overtop layered harmonics to give a positive piece of their reality to society's effervescent negativity in their new single.

"People tend to question themselves if they’re good enough, good looking or smart enough while being put into boxes from other people,” explains the band. “Constant judgment in our society these days create a lot of pressure, especially on young people.

Naked is a true gem for lovers of synth-driven pop rock. Check it out now clicking on the image.