The Blackheart Orchestra face consuming love in folktronica “Sebastian”

British duo The Blackheart Orchestra recently released their new album ‘Diving For Roses’ which was supported by a catchy single. ‘Sebastian’ goes with a video that you can watch below.

The Blackheart Orchestra are a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist duo comprising of Chrissy Mostyn and Rick Pilkington. Recently, they shared the lead single of their new album. ‘Sebastian’ is a synth-pop and folktronica song that deals with dangerous and consuming love relationships. The chorus is particularly catchy thanks to Mostyn’s special and singular vocals. The track goes with a Steve Glashier-directed bloody video that obviously appears as a metaphor and captures the feeling of being at war in a relationship.

‘Sebastian’ is taken from The Blackheart Orchestra‘s new album ‘Diving For Roses’, out now via Right Track Records.

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