Italians Do It Better's Desire share epic new single 'Tears From Heaven'

The group’s first new monitor in 9 years.

Desire, only one the various italo-leaning dream pop acts featured on Johnny Jewel’s Italians Do It Better label, have shared ‘Tears From Heaven’, their first new single in 9 years.

The monitor’s driving sawtooth synths, tear-jerking chord progressions and craving vocal efficiency from Megan Louise channel the identical epic melodrama as traditional Desire tracks ‘Under Your Spell’ or ‘Don’t Call’.

“Tears From Heaven” is a track about crossing the divide between being a voyeur on the sidelines your individual life and taking motion to make your individual future”, Louise explains in a press launch, “the mundane obstacles the day by day routine are pushed apart for a clearer imaginative and prescient what’s to return.”

The single is a shiny replace a monitor the identical title from the Italians Do It Better compilation After Dark 2 and is the group’s first new music since their 2009 album II. The monitor premiered final week as half the Spring Summer 2019 Chanel runway in Paris.

‘Tears From Heaven’ is accessible to stream and obtain now. Included on the discharge is an instrumental model the monitor, in addition to an acapella Louise’s haunting vocals. Check out the duvet artwork under, and revisit FACT’s important information to Italians Do It Better.

Italians Do It Better's Desire share epic new single 'Tears From Heaven'

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