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JUNE dARK | Playing with Fire

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Playing with Fire


Electro-pop beats with a hair-raising, powerful voice erupting from a 5-foot-nothing Korean girl who knocks down the walls of all stereotypes.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Phoenix
3:52 $0.99
2. Gasoline Tears
3:42 $0.99
3. Forgive Again
4:18 $0.99
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Album Notes
At the end of the tunnel, JUNE dARK finally reveals herself with her brand new sound that features a more refined yet compelling voice projecting heartfelt lyrics filled with emotional conviction and haunting imagery. She created each song through pitch black hours trusting the light within her. JUNE dARK sings about intensified longing, conflicts, mystified hopes and fears across the spectrum of human emotions exploring every shade of gray. Through authentic self-expression, June invites every listener to her world of a complex yet universal theme of love revisited from angles hidden in the shadow of our minds.

"When I was a little girl, I was once told that swans only cry when they’re about to die. Regardless of its validity, I couldn’t stop wondering why they would do that. It was such a sad thing to imagine. Were they ashamed of their voices because people only noticed them for their snow-white feathers and long, graceful necks? I thought maybe the swan’s last cry was the song it had been suppressing its entire life. Or that it could be a song of celebration before crossing to another world. It all depended on the perspective.

The line “Sing like a swan, rise like a phoenix” is about the transformation of ourselves from one level to another. Around the time I wrote the song, I was going through a tough time trying to cope with the loss of the band and the personal relationships that came with it. I had to move on from all the things I cultivated for years, and it felt like I would have nothing left if I did. But I trusted there was light at the end of the tunnel, however long it was. This song is like my swan song. Writing it helped me move on to the next phase and come back as a stronger person, with more passion for life. That’s why I thought it deserved to be the first song on the EP." - From "Phoenix" single premiere at Big City Thoughts



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