sun haze presents “vhs memories”

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Behind Spanish dream pop.

The Spanish singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist, Javier Gonzalez, sun hazerelease the song “vhs memories”. In this song, he introduces us to laid-back dream pop drums and ethereal synths that express all the emotions behind the lyrics.

Largely inspired by The Smiths and The Curegives us this energetic masterpiece to immerse us in the atmosphere of dream pop.

The lyrics of the song reflect a deep feeling behind a breakup, where sun haze He expresses the idea that the other person was the only one on his mind, but that emotional connection seems to have faded. The search for answers and confusion about the change in the relationship are highlighted in the line “So, look at me, and tell me why you’ve done that”. Expressions of despair in claiming to feel hopeless when the other person is not present and the declaration that she has never loved anyone else emphasize the intensity of the feelings.

At 14 years, Javier He immersed himself in the world of music recording, guided by a friend who taught him the secrets of creating music on his own computer. Over time, he not only mastered the technique, but also ventured into playing various instruments. During his adolescence, his room became his personal studio, where he expressed his musical ideas autonomously.

In 2023, inspired by the vibrant indie music scene, Javier decided to explore the dream pop genre. Influenced by artists such as CASTLEBEAT, Day Wave, GRAZER, Her’s, among others, decided to give life to sun haze. This musical project arises with the clear intention of expressing the emotions of Javier through lyrics that delve mainly into loving experiences and personal endeavors. All of her personal experiences and influences appear in every note and word, creating an intimate space of authenticity.


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Christopher Johnson

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