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Jaded Lover

White Pelt Single

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  1. White Pelt (Starlore Vocal Version) Preview Jaded Lover with Starlore Buy 1:15
  2. White Pelt (Instrumental Version) Preview Jaded Lover with Starlore Buy 1:04
  3. White Pelt (Connie Y Sunrise Mix) Preview Jaded Lover with Starlore Buy 1:01
  4. White Pelt (Connie Y Sunset Club Mix) Preview Jaded Lover with Starlore Buy 1:17
  5. White Pelt (Amunet Shah Hello From Space Broadcast) Preview Jaded Lover with Starlore Buy 1:25

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While True Mother and Jaded Lover’s first release leaned heavily on electro-house instrumentals, both the label and duo have chosen another, more serious aspect of their sound to highlight on their sophomore outing.

01. White Pelt (Starlore Vocal Version)   (3:43)
02. White Pelt (Instrumental Version)   (3:43)
03. White Pelt (Connie Y Sunrise Mix)   (5:26)
04. White Pelt (Connie Y Sunset Club Mix)   (6:00)
05. White Pelt (Amunet Shah Hello From Space Broadcast)   (4:42)

Jaded Lover White Pelt Single Description

While True Mother and Jaded Lover’s first release leaned heavily on electro-house instrumentals, both the label and duo have chosen another, more serious aspect of their sound to highlight on their sophomore outing. “White Pelt” is a markedly somber single that features mystery vocalist Starlore and is backed by four distinctly different remixes from various members of True Mother. The main single White Pelt (Starlore Vocal Version) still sounds like a Jaded Lover production, but it picks up where “Crack The Whip” left off on their first release. Layers upon layers of synths ebb and flow throughout the track as Starlore provides a highly emotional vocal of a woman finding her inner strength amongst obstacles. ReSolute resident Connie Yin serves up another ambient remix – “Sunrise Mix” – that’s slightly more directed at the dancefloor while her second “Sunset Club Mix” is an upbeat, peak-time floor filler destined for some big rooms. Closing the single out is the arresting Amunet Shah psybient remix that heavily filters Starlore through her sparse and hypnotic journey. White Pelt is a statement from both band and label that they refuse to be pigeon-holed to one sound or style as well as a further exploration of their darker sides.

Written and Produced by Jaded Lover
Lyrics and Vocals by Starlore (A.K.A. Amunet Shah)
Mastered by EuroTrash Collective @ 5 a.m. Deep Records

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While True Mother and Jaded Lover’s first release leaned heavily on electro-house instrumentals, both the label and duo have chosen another, more serious aspect of their sound to highlight on their sophomore outing. “WP” is a markedly somber single that features mystery vocalist Starlore and is backed by four distinctly different remixes from various members of True Mother. The main single WP (Starlore Vocal Version) still sounds like a Jaded Lover production, but it picks up where “Crack The Whip” left off on their first release. Layers upon layers of synths ebb and flow throughout the track as Starlore provides a highly emotional vocal of a woman finding her inner strength amongst obstacles. ReSolute resident Connie Yin serves up another ambient remix – “Sunrise Mix” – that’s slightly more directed at the dancefloor while her second “Sunset Club Mix” is an upbeat, peak-time floor filler destined for some big rooms. Closing the single out is the arresting Amunet Shah psybient remix that heavily filters Starlore through her sparse and hypnotic journey. WP is a statement from both band and label that they refuse to be pigeon-holed to one sound or style as well as a further exploration of their darker sides.
While True Mother and Jaded Lover’s first release leaned heavily on electro-house instrumentals, both the label and duo have chosen another, more serious aspect of their sound to highlight on their sophomore outing. “WP” is a markedly somber single that features mystery vocalist Starlore and is backed by four distinctly different remixes from various members of True Mother. The main single WP (Starlore Vocal Version) still sounds like a Jaded Lover production, but it picks up where “Crack The Whip” left off on their first release. Layers upon layers of synths ebb and flow throughout the track as Starlore provides a highly emotional vocal of a woman finding her inner strength amongst obstacles. ReSolute resident Connie Yin serves up another ambient remix – “Sunrise Mix” – that’s slightly more directed at the dancefloor while her second “Sunset Club Mix” is an upbeat, peak-time floor filler destined for some big rooms. Closing the single out is the arresting Amunet Shah psybient remix that heavily filters Starlore through her sparse and hypnotic journey. WP is a statement from both band and label that they refuse to be pigeon-holed to one sound or style as well as a further exploration of their darker sides.

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