Melancholic yet utterly charming songstress Darcie Haven unveils her latest offering Pheromones, an indie-pop ode to nostalgia and heartache. Pouring vulnerability onto paper, WA-based Darcieâ€™s storytelling is sincere, relatable and timeless, drawing you in from the very beginning.Â
Dancing with emotion, Pheromones is a therapeutic resolution after a heart-fracturing time.
â€œI wrote this track about a situation I had been trying to put words around for ages. It was a confusing, weird relationship that brought out emotions I could never make sense of, until this song quite literally poured out of me late one night. It came together faster than any other song Iâ€™ve written. Since that night, itâ€™s been so special to me, and playing it has been the most cathartic experience. Iâ€™m beyond excited to share it, and hopefully give that same experience to people who have felt something similar.â€Â – Darcie Haven
Joining creative forces with Aidan Hogg (G Flip, Hatchie, Eves Karydas), the track swells with gleaming synths and fuzz-driven guitar hooks, beating along to the heart of the song, her poignant songwriting.
Barely a year into her music career, Darcie Haven is already climbing the ranks of the Australian pop-realm. Compelling in her coming-of-age anthems, her first releases I Wanna Be andÂ Coping caught the attention of industry heads, with a triple j Unearthed feature artist crown and multiple triple j spins. Darcie has appeared as a special guest for Dulcie and shared stages with Aussie favourites Ruby Fields, Teenage Joans and Hope D as well as sets at Sidefest and WA Day Festival.Â
Within a year of her debut single, she has been handpicked to support DMAâ€™s for their Fremantle Arts Centre show and will be a special guest of Vance Joy in Margaret River, along with Noah Dillon, Budjerah and Mia Wray.
An emerging force with heart-wrenching and relatable lyrics,Â Darcie Haven is one to watch and is only just getting started.
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