'UP IN THE AIR' / DISCO SHRINE: SINGLE REVIEW

'UP IN THE AIR' / DISCO SHRINE: SINGLE REVIEW

BY EMMA SCHOORS

Indie/electro pop artist Disco Shrine recently released a track titled Up In The Air, proving the high and low energy contrasts of the different realms of pop are very much alive and well. The song contains gloomy yet intriguing verses leading up to explosive choruses. It tells the story, quite literally, of her parents immigrating to America from Iran, painting a picture of flying from place to place. It’s accurate in the struggles that face the current state of America and its views on immigrants, heading straight on into the topics that need to be talked about in today’s music and art. It’s catchy yet meaningful and perfect for anyone facing the backlash of today’s society, or wanting a better understanding of it. Disco Shrine’s social media’s + music whereabouts can be found below.

 
 

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