Laveda Release New Single 'Clean'
New York City Dream-Pop duo - Laveda - have unveiled sleek new single “Clean”, taken from their awaited second album ‘A Place You Grew Up In’.
Sulky and scintillating, “Clean” sees the two-piece traversing the darker side of Dream-Pop as moody melodies linger in the air like clouds blocking out the sun on a dismal day.
Fusing gentle strumming guitars with balmy vocals and overcast stretches of instrumentals, Laveda are further perfecting their knack for Shoegaze-flecked introspections that feel both achingly intimate and widely relatable.
A wistful reflection on the home truths and growing pains that come with getting older, vocalist Ali Genevich confides of the new track:
“I think for the first time I truly realised that growing up was an inevitable fate. It’s such a strange thing, knowing you’re only to grow further and further from innocence as life goes on. I never wanted to think about getting older as a kid, I wanted to stay eight years old forever. I think there’s a part of that feeling that will always stay with me.”