Fazerdaze technically returned from the wild last Summer, with a handful of singles leading to the digital release of her Break! EP last October. But those who got their hands on the physical 12″ – released last Fall in Australia and the rest of the world just last week – found a little surprise in the form of an extra track compared to the version on streaming.
“Flood Into” adds some extra atmosphere to her signature bedroom dreampop sound with some tasteful synths and cozy reverb to go with the sampled vocal hook. According to Amelia Murray in the accompanying press release:
‘Flood Into’ is about a deep love and loss, and the reclamation of myself at the end of that cycle. It’s the feeling of my own energy rushing to fill me back up again. I wrote Flood Into in anticipation of a break up. The song embodies all the melancholy I felt from letting go of someone I loved in order to walk my own path and learn to stand in my own frame again.Amelia Murray, Fazerdaze
Fazerdaze Recognises Lost Love on Shoegaze Anthem ‘Flood Into’ @ Rolling Stone Australina