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Wilma Nea ‘That Rain’ : A rain fall is maybe like a deep breath. A pause, before the storm, to come.

Wilma Nea

Mystical adjustments, in highlights emotional. Fluttering giddiness, tamped down by the safety of angsty interventions. Wilma Nea’s ‘That Rain’ is an ironic destitution for why thing can or could be. A remembrance of the dangers of an intricate revival in truths. Personal truths. A personally – inextricably beautiful case of scar ending truths.

Taken from her upcoming EP ‘Issues’, Wilma stated: ‘That Rain’ is about not finding the energy to do stuff. When I was younger I would stress about it and hope for rain so it could somehow justify me staying home.”

Songwriting fueled by the unknown. A universe of inner demons. A local existence of fleeting worldliness. It’s a triumph of expression in a finely crafted, delicate pop tune, in the best traditions of poetry and Fiona Apple. A grating and real avarice for the kinds of interdependence and intertwined cynicism, always there and by your side.

A rain fall is maybe like a deep breath. A pause, before the storm, to come.

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