“Tell Me, Tell Me” is the title track from Helax’s debut EP, out today.
Wrought in the heart of Hamburg’s red-light district, Helax’s “Tell Me, Tell Me” is half neon and half nocturne – a melancholy club track tinged with the soft fuss of a city in the dead of night. With a vibe somewhere between cerebral and instinctual, “Tell Me, Tell Me” resonates through the highs and lows of any night.
Coming from the same mind behind dream-pop duo The Ghost Of Helags and electronic act Brynäs, Helax finds club music at its most introspective. The vocals here are almost like howls, backed by a night-sky atmosphere of the synths and drums. Just like the nocturnal, hedonistic cityscape it was made in, “Tell Me, Tell Me” is as equipped for loneliness as it is intimacy – a soundtrack for whatever the night may hold.
Helax’s debut EP, also named Tell Me, Tell Me, is out in conjunction with this lead single. So go ahead: get lost in the city, dance until you cry, run until you can’t, Helax is there for all of it.
If you want to hear more from Helax, check the 4-track EP on Soundcloud and revisit some of his works with The Ghost of Helags and Brynäs below.
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