Crystalline induction, of emotive exposition. Hurried and angsty, the protagonist of the heart, resembles the outcome of its inkling – dubbing and protruding – in a whole set of layered complexities and underlying wonton wants.
Emotions are hard to judge, sometimes, aren’t they?
Paper Waltz’ loving dip into those emotions is exquisitely done in ‘Come Undone’. The single looks into the ‘regrets’ and ‘un-satisfied’ realms of our dark corners. With even the most happiest lives, we long. With the most challenging of lives, we long.
The duo Munich producers Tom Appel and Lukas Maier, combine to make music and semblance of selves – delectably apparent in ‘Come Undone’.
A substrate of by-gone eras, of personal and intimate, the single exudes confidence in pushing the agendas of our human hearts – lining it with silver tapestries of possibilities and future endeavors.
The music video was produced by Munich based videographer and professional dancer Verena Eccardt.