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Rebekka Louise - Breathing Poison
Rebekka Louise - Breathing Poison

Rebekka Louise Delivers a Stellar Electro-Pop with Latest Single, “Breathing Poison”

Norwegian born “Rebekka Louise” is an artist, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. Her electro-pop scapes can be characterized by their high production value as she balances pulsing bass lines with gossamer rivulets of synths. She beautifully adapts sound to showcase the darker perspectives of friendships and relationships. In her latest release, “Breathing Poison”, Rebekka Louise excavates the apparent toxicity that governs most human connections and displays it using dance beats and rhythmic vocals. Listeners of Lorde, Tove Lo, and Billie Eilish are sure to enjoy the obsidian spheres and insouciant disenchantment of this artist. 

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The artist uses basses phenomenally, especially to dimensionalize and articulate her sonic atmosphere. This track is a prime example of it. Layers of bass lines become a rhythmic bed that powers the beats and synth design. And at the peak of these springing bass accents, the vocals form with crisp and sleek honesty. 

Originally a songwriter and performer, the artist soon discovered her love for song production and combined her two passions to become a self-producing artist. She debuted in 2020 with her most listened to single, One Step Ahead. And followed up with Punchingbag in 2022, making this her third official release. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Breathing Poison by Rebekka Louise here – 

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