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I Can't Help Myself

by State of Mind

Classic pop song enhanced by offbeat, synthetic soundscapes - lyrics touching on mortality, masculine melancholy, the fall of communism, love - and yes, even art itself.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Stay
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2. Heart of a Cowboy
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3. Almost Like You Died
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4. Everything I Never Did
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5. Not in Spite but Because
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6. Old Enough to Know
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7. Art
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Pop songs about art - or vice versa

Songs about mortality, masculine melancholy, the fall of communism, love - and yes, even one about art itself.

The one man project State of Mind once again defies categorization by releasing 7 songs so obviously rooted in classic songwriting that they border on traditional pop. Except that once again State of Mind’s offbeat, synthetic soundscapes add a unique edge to every track.

State of Mind’s 2010 debut was the brooding concept album Myotonic. Later the same year he released the 18 minute long electro-pop track Why Can’t This Noise.

“There is no overall theme behind I Can’t Help Myself,” State of Mind AKA Kim Bülow Bonfils explains. “I’m currently working on a number of concept-style releases - but this one is merely a handful of songs.”

“Though there does seem to be a conspicuous amount of electric piano and handclaps on this release,” he says. “I guess these things just happen...”

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