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Urban Cone – Sadness Disease

Way back at the start of the month, Swedish electropop group, Urban Cone released a new single titled “Sadness Disease” consisting of erratic squeaks and wooden percussion, wrapped in synth beats and sprinkled with the vocals of Emil Gustafsson. I like the melancholic message of the song over poppy beats, but to be honest, the squeaks get to be a bit annoying by the end. Overall, decent. I like Urban Cone and their sound but I hope their next release doesn’t have as many squeaks.

Is it just me, or is the album art a bit off-putting?

About Colin Campbell

Obsessive music collector, comic book reader, concert goer, artist, film fan, nintendo loyal, advertising major. Born and raised Marylander, High school in Bogota (Colombia), family in Colorado, college in Virginia. Desperately attempting to live in all four places at once. Still on the search for the meaning of life.

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