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Galdive Continues To Turn Heads With New Single “Nescience”

Indie electronic duo Galdive just dropped their stunning single “Nescience.” At the heels of three independent releases “Cloud,” “Sorbet” and “5AM,” the rising outfit brings electro-chill tunes to life via Avoca Drive and Sony Music Entertainment Australia. Their first label release is an atmospheric opus that delicately rejects the notion of toxic relationships. “It’s a story of complicated relationships – the line “Help me to help you out” describes people caught up in the sadness of their own world yearning to be understood, but not knowing how to communicate it. They’re not able to see that withdrawing and not talking about what’s getting them down sometimes then impacts the people in their lives.” – Galdive. Drawn by the hand of creation and innovation, “Nescience” is cushioned with sentiment and futuristic jazz-oriented textures that flow into the left-of-center stage of alternative music. 

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