Margaux Avril shares melancholic new single “Drifting”

Parisian singer/songwriter Margaux Avril unveils her new single “Drifting” assisted by la creme de la creme of the French electronic scene.

Produced by Dennis Brown, the British half of Postaal, the rising electronic figure Fhin, and mastered by the infamous house producer Alex Gopher, the young Parisian has proven that she knows how to surround herself. The song floats in the waters of electronic sounds and pop, with a glimpse of melancholia. It has a sadness hidden, as she sings “I’m drifting from you” in the chorus. About the meaning of the song, Margaux Avril explained:

It is about the relationship you have with yourself that influences the other relationships in your life : with the ones you love, with passing time. By drifting from yourself you drift from what surrounds you. The way we navigate through life’s obstacles, choices we make. It talks about melancholy, nostalgia, and learning. The flow of a life that prevails, in which we let ourselves go and against which we sometimes fight, memories that we keep preciously or we need to let go.

“Drifting”, that you can listen below, is the perfect follow-up for Margaux Avril‘s song “Soon“.

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