London artist, Alessio Scozzaro (Vraell) has a lush moody cadence that draws the listener into his world. Accompanied by a swirl of dynamics and layered production aesthetics Flicker is a stunning listen that promises to carry away the listener.

There is a deep sadness in the lyrics, a movement, pushing and pulling. Vraell summarizes the track in a few words.

“I think it leans into the idea that sometimes the hatred we have for ourselves wraps us up to the point that it covers our ability to see any light that’s also there. I think we gravitate towards our darkness and what we hate about ourselves, thinking it always defines us.” 


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