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Relikc ‘Hate That I Love You’ : Grace and reminisce, really encapsulates with awe and of shimmering happiness.

Relikc

Are you in the mood? Nostalgia bursting to embrace the love you have inside? The Universe is ready. You’re ready. For love.

“‘Hate that I Love You’ is an Electropop song which speaks of unrequited love,” said Relikc. “We hear the protagonist trying to fight his own feelings while still slipping further and further in love.”

The founding members were life-long friends who started playing music together in school. Throughout their teens, they played at every single school event, moving on to clubs and live music events as soon as they were legal.

Eager for success, they would bounce from writing and releasing songs, to cramming their schedules with as many gigs as they could. Struggling to find the right balance, Relikc eventually released their debut album, The Code of Antics, in 2017 encapsulating their voyage up to that point.

With that unmistakable 90’s pop sound, synth woven, and tantalizing to the touch – Relikc’s inviting grace and reminisce, really encapsulates with awe and of shimmering happiness.

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