Cookie Delicious presents “Broken Connection”

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A musical exploration full of collaborations and sound magic.

Cookie Delicious prepares to release his second full album, Collaborations, on March 1 via Have Cookie Records. The first single, “Broken Connection”with the participation of Natalie Bohrn of Slow Spirit, came out this January 19. This project, made up of seven songs, highlights the mastery of joel in musical collaboration with talented friends, creating a hypnotic river of catchy rhythms.

This album features an impressive list of guest vocalists, including Natalie Bohrn of Slow Spirit, Lemoine Dome of À La Mode, Greg MacPherson, Renee Vandale of Robojom and Courtney Fox.

The first single, “Broken Connection”is a peculiar gem where the rhythmic base dances around a solid rhythm.

The song, which feels magical and spacey, highlights the voice of Natalie, as the lyrics evoke images of challenges and obstacles. The metaphors of water and distance intertwine to describe the constant struggle against change, with the image of throwing stones at an expanding horizon as an attempt to change the course of things.

“Broken Connection” is not just a song, it is a poetic journey that captures the complexity of the human struggle against adversity, providing a unique soundtrack for those who seek magic in music.


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