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Introducing… Adi Sun

When the strong pull of romance turns to toxic co-dependency.

Boston alt-rock musician Adi Sun has been going through a transformative time during her music career. Originally part of a band called Phenomenal Sun, Adi Sun went through illness, coming out as transgender and suffering heartbreak before pulling together her debut album as a solo artist. That’s a busy few years! Adi Sun’s new single ‘Twin Flame’ is a romantic one at first but soon moves across from romance to toxic co-dependency. I often see holistic spiritual healers talking about Twin Flames as a thing to hold out for and aspire to so it’s interesting to see a different take on the idea. On speaking about the single Adi says “A flame has the power to destroy and to purify, and in this story, I think it does a bit of both.”

The track is full of dreamy alt-rock with a satisfying climax as it ascends through gratifying chord progressions and it is that build up over time that I really enjoyed about the track most. Whilst there’s no official word on the album and its dates coming yet, you can follow Adi Sun on Twitter for more information. Enjoy ‘Twin Flame’ below – it is out now.

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