Indie-pop duo Other Nature make their return with the ’80s infused, electro-pop anthem ‘The Throne’. Comprising of multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Sena Verdi and singer-songwriter Tariq Khan, the duo are no strangers to the music world. Drawing on their shared love of Tears For Fears, Depeche Mode and a heavy dose of R&B and Hip Hop synthesizers, Other Nature deliver us their unique retro sound.
When asked about the track, Other Nature’s Sena stated: "Musically the song is a weird mash of lo-fi, R&B with a big cinematic chorus that I put together and sent to Tariq to get some melody ideas on top of. We usually mumble words over some music and meet up and flesh out the words. The lyrics of the song are essentially from the perspective of the conscience of a tyrant. Someone who lies over and over, and rules people. The words came really quickly, and seem to be accidentally apt given current world events"
"The Throne is a love song about obsession with power. Sang from the perspective of a megalomaniac to a whole nation."
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The music video for ‘The Throne’ will debut October 18th- shot by Tom Le Bon and features ‘People Just Do Nothing’ star George Keywood and will be available to download on all streaming platforms on October 18th.