Malea “Swept Away”

Malea’s “Swept Away” is a sedate and alluring effort that draws upon the British pop style of the late nineties and early 2000s. Hints of Portishead and Morcheeba come bubbling up. The dreamy instrumentation of Swept Away whips in equal amounts of Massive Attack and Danny Elfman. A haunting sound will have listeners hanging on to every word, as the track is able to gain momentum. The 2:30-3:00 mark is integral for separating Swept Away into two distinct segments, each showcasing something different and beautiful from Malea. The video for Swept Away is available below the jump. Let us know what you think.

We previously checked out Malea’s You’ll Never Fix My Heart back in April of 2017.

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