Bloodrush Version of Iluminado by Horizonte Lied is Dark Alt Electro Gem
Mexican electronic alternative pop band Horizonte Lied has once again captivated listeners with their latest single, “Iluminado (Bloodrush Version)”. As part of their ambitious project, “Remasters Finales,” this track showcases the band’s mellow yet dark sound, combining elements of modern synth-pop, industrial, electro, and new wave. Influenced by legendary acts such as Depeche Mode, Clan of Xymox, Recoil, and Nine Inch Nails, Horizonte Lied has developed a unique style that shines through in the Spanish song, which carries a retro-style electro-pop vibe that instantly draws you in.
From the opening beats, the hard-hitting snare, produced and edited by Alex Ezert, commands attention, setting the stage for the captivating journey ahead. The sharp snare sound and intriguing synths, crafted by Alex Ezert and Ernesto DuSolier, create an immersive sonic experience, perfectly complemented by echoing vocal harmonies. Jesús Logar delivers heartfelt vocals, while Alex Ezert provides background vocals that add depth and texture.
The lyrics contemplate a deceitful past and seek truth while striving to overcome uncertainties and bridge the distance. They find solace in the fading past, anticipating a brighter future. The band’s skillful remixing and production abilities push the scope of the original. Solid songwriting by Jesús Logar and Alex Ezert craft a solid dance electronic number with meaning in the writing.
Horizonte Lied’s Bloodrush Version of Iluminado showcases their growth as artists, pushing the boundaries of their sound while staying true to their roots. Experience the enchanting fusion of electronic elements and introspective themes in Horizonte Lied’s “Iluminado ” and let their dark but hopeful sound illuminate you while setting the groove.