Swedish three-piece Wildhart have unveiled their latest track ahead of their debut EP next month,and it's brimful of sadness.
Made up of Ylva Holmdahl (vocals), Kiwi Berg (synths) and Josefin Runsteen (drums), the Gothenburg-based band know how to make a seemingly low-key tune burrow right into your brain.
"We Made Up A Dream" has a slightly cold,regretful sadness at its heart, in no small part down to Holmdahl's high and wistful vocal which floats just above the cyclical rhythm of the track. The singer draws you in, but leaves just enough unknowable as if keeping the listener at a safe distance for fear of commitment. Of the song, Holmdahl explains it's "a vibrant wave of melancholy and hope. The song holds a story about the dreams deep within our hearts, the most vulnerable parts of our bodies that we try to hide by the fear of letting it be disclosed in reality."
Whether or not Wildhart reveal more to us on EP1, due out on 4 March via Gaphals, remains to be seen. In the meantime, they are an intriguing prospect.
Watch the video for "We Made Up A Dream" below.