July 1, 2022

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Song You Need: LSDXOXO and Eartheater’s tender ode to vampiric love

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Since the May perhaps 2021 launch of his breakout crossover EP Committed 2 Disrespect, Raushaan Glasgow (LSDXOXO) has been jet-setting throughout Europe as a DJ, having his fledgling label and “pleasure-loving” get together marketing business Floorgasm on the highway and dropping a remix of the tape in March. He’s also been performing on a absolutely refurbished stay set, which he’ll premier this Friday at Sónar 2022 in Barcelona, and his debut LP, title and release date TBA. The Philadelphia-born, Berlin-based mostly producer and — far more a short while ago — singer place out “DRaiN,” his very first offering from the record, in April. And right now, he’s providing the world it is next flavor in “Demons,” a duet with Ridgewood, Queens’ resident artwork-pop siren, Eartheater.

The new song is a exceptional uptempo ballad that finds Glasgow harmonizing powering his own quavering direct vocal, atop a techno drum equipment sped up to Baltimore club velocity and an oozing, ominous synth mattress. “Baby when you just take the form of a demon / I can experience want teethin’ / Slide into my black gap heart, sink your tooth in / Changin’ all the things I believe that in,” he sings, describing an infatuation so intense it verges on the sinister. Eartheater joins afterwards, providing her side of the story — “I come to feel like a overseas sacrificial lamb” — in breathy, sonorous tones.

“Demons is an ode to dim, all-consuming enjoy,” Glasgow describes. “The exchange that requires area in between two passionate lovers can be pretty vampiric. Is that so bad, if it’s what equally get-togethers motivation?”

In the online video, directed by Eartheater, the duo collide regularly in quite a few rooms across a burning metropolis, their bodies becoming a single in a symbolic ritual of mutually harmful lovemaking. Observe it under.

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