Melbourne-born, experimental pop artist Bel has dropped the addictively sensual, ‘Spectre’.
Bel has a sound echoing the likes of Banks and FKA Twigs.
‘Spectre’ was crafted by ARIA award-winning producer, Kostantin Kerstig and accompanied by a fashion film video directed by James Montford.
The single pushes boundaries by exploring and accepting global music influences, dabbling in some Armenian flute fused with an unforgettable yet typical pop melody.
Ruminating a sense of fearlessness, Bel describes the tune as being deeply introspective.
“I wrote ‘Spectre’ in order to metaphorically chronicle what it’s like to have an ominous presence circle and set foot in your emotional, physical or safe space.
“More so, it’s important that the listener recognises that she fights until the very end, to the very last second of the track,” Bel said.
So, now that you’re tuned into this new track, let’s get to know Bel a bit better.
She kicked off January with single, ‘Better Than Me’ featuring a sleek production displaying an artist pushing through the world’s chaos and confusion.
She also debuted her melodramatic theatrical, ‘Better Than Me’ live video with its extravagant floral, boozy encapsulation.
Back in 2007, Bel dropped her debut EP, ‘Melancholia’ co-produced by the multi-ARIA nominated, John Castle who has also produced for Vance Joy.
The EP earned much praise from Triple J as being “next-level pop”.
Get ‘Spectre’ on your autumn playlist HERE.