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Dear Life,

Dear Life,

Photo Courtesy of Dear Life's Facebook

Sadness is a melody, and Dear Life, plays it well. 

“Fear is a Dirty Aphrodisiac” is one of their newer, ambient-heavy tracks. The song, which greets your ears with atmospheric tones set by the lovely voice of Bishi Kaneta, is a dark journey for those searching for human connection.

The use of keyboard sets the undertone of the track while singular guitar riffs move the narrative forward. Introspective lyrics beg for emotional contact, peace from the past and just a “little kindness.” All these elements combine to create a solid track that’ll leave you searching for more in all your relationships. 

At the end of the day, Dear Life, reminds us that “truth is a kind of danger”, a revelation that might leave you feeling pretty damn low.

by Alisa Pierce

Alisa is a writer, bookworm, and political news junkie. A self-professed nerd. She loves to travel and spend time in the great outdoors. Currently she's studying journalism at Texas State University. Tweet her @piercejournal


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