Listen to “Shining” by Orbit, another panorama of loneliness

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“Summer passes, love recedes, you enter alone into the depths of your own wild nature, into your own independence.”

Orbit It is a project that was born from the mind of Marcel Heim, German promise that has been gaining ground thanks to the multiple talents it possesses and that today has a clear goal… to expand its sound universe in other parts of the globe.

“Shining”, is the name of his new single, a song that will present you with another perspective of loneliness, a changing baseline and striking piano interjections, create a powerful tension, which the characteristic synths, the soft acoustic guitar riffs and the distorted vocals of Orbit They still relate to a casual daydream and allow the melancholic emotional world.

At the end of summer, Marcel He took his backpack and set out on a trip, with the intention of connecting with nature, but above all, enjoying his own company. This trip was documented in shots that manage to capture how beautiful the world is when you stop to observe it, resulting in the video that accompanies the launch of “Shining”

Let yourself be carried away by the melancholy of Orbit and make “Shining” one of your favorite songs.


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