Swedish artist Yarlie creates pop music you can feel. Filling her rich soundscapes with shimmering synth patterns and pounding 808s, her debut release “Wreck” is a candid evaluation of romantic relationships.
Transporting you to the cavernous dancefloor, strobe lights pulsate and glitter in the dark – casting shadows over the late night revellers. A lyrical landscape shifting between heartbreak and dizzying euphoria, Yarlie’s music is a delicate balancing act – crafting pop songs you can cry dance to.
“You know those promises you give yourself? ‘I’m not gonna call’, ‘This time I mean it’, ‘Never again’ – those promises? ‘Wreck’ is a song about those promises, and the inability to keep them at 2 in the morning”, she explains.
Splitting her time between Stockholm’s vibrant city centre and the north of Sweden, Yarlie is inspired by dark club rooms and icy cold mornings. A self taught pianist, Yarlie grew to love electronic soundscapes and is now a full grown synth enthusiast – a skill she has continued to refine and perfect.
“Wreck” is a confident display of Yarlie’s adroit musical talent.
“Wreck” is set for release February 19th, with the video to follow March 5th.