Grimes and Sevdaliza team up for “Nothing Lasts Forever”

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A musical fusion of electro-pop in an unexpected duo.

After presenting his single “Welcome to the Opera”the Canadian artist Grimes joins forces with the composer and producer, Sevdalizain a unique collaboration that gives rise to the new single “Nothing Lasts Forever”. This premiere defies expectations and explores the pressures placed on female artists by society.

The song stands out for its bold electronic undertones and lyrics such as “We are machines made to dream” and “Love me and then let me go.” Additionally, it delves into the battle against the pressures coming from oneself and the environment, highlighting the freedom found in defying these burdens. Don’t forget to press play!

Sevdalizathe Iranian-Dutch artist, shares her projection on the theme of her first collaboration with the album’s performer, Miss Anthropocene.

Admiration and adoration become weapons when women defy expectations. True liberation is freedom from internal and external expectations, a journey worth taking despite the bruises.”

This partnership is a testament to the diversity and creativity of two industry-leading talents fusing their musical styles into an introspective hit inspired by the rave.

The official music video for the song is scheduled for release next week, and here on Indie Rocks! we will keep you informed.


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