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Karl Zine ‘Call It A Day’ : Inevitably talented songwriter and artist kills it with expansive delights, in sound and sight.

Karl Zine

Karl Zine’s hypnotic single ‘Call It A Day’ continues this pop experimentation that has been going on for a long while.

Said Karl: “I wrote this as an internal monologue between two people in a restaurant and one partner realises halfway through the evening that they’ve lost their way in the relationship and that they need to end it. It’s about anger, frustration with the unspoken, and the inability for two people to connect.”

Off of the 9 track debut album ‘Hyper’ (out now), you’ll quickly realize his music ain’t your normal alt-pop.

“It’s deliberately repetitive musically until the final ‘eureka’ moment analogous with the way that you can feel trapped in a relationship, going over and over the same patterns, arguments or behaviours, without anything ever shifting or changing until one of you says what you’re actually thinking; ‘I guess this is where we call it a day.”

From September of 2020, the inevitably talented songwriter and artist kills it with expansive delights, in sound and sight.

From the first single ‘Diving’ and the last (‘Call It A Day’), there only can be one conclusion of love and awe of how Karl’s imagination, places and drags such emotions.

It’s certainly an accomplishment, deserving of exposure of the biggest kind.

Get into Karl’s vision.

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