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  • St. Mary & GRAIL Join Forces For Enchanting New Song “RELIGION”


    One of electronic music’s hottest rising talents St. Mary has teamed up with GRAIL for their first release of the new year, “RELIGION” out on Lowly.

    LA-based producer St. Mary hails from the small island country of Cyprus. She has quickly become one electronic music’s most innovative new producers. Her new release “RELIGION” with GRAIL uses soft piano keys to paint a serene soundscape as the record commences. Beautifully distorted vocal synth work acts as a call to action as RELIGION progresses. The buildup is filled with euphoric and anthemic elements as the record plays on. The global sound and exquisite production in “RELIGION” surely defines St. Mary and GRAIL’s place within electronic music.

    Read more about what ST. MARY had to say about creating “RELIGION”:

    “Our aim with the record’ was to implement a euphoric element to the high-energy festival music that we both love playing live. We wanted to bring a harder edge to it by introducing a hardwave twist to the overall sonic palette of this track. The more it progresses, the more melodically-driven it becomes. Leading up to the final drop, all the tension gets released into a fully evolved hardwave section, making it my favorite part of the song.”

    Listen to “RELIGION” by St. Mary and GRAIL below.

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    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: St. Mary & GRAIL Join Forces For Enchanting New Song “RELIGION”

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