“Coexist” by Dan Perry

Dan Perry has created a hypnotic and trippy atmosphere in his most recent release, “Coexist”. As I listen, I am drawn into a surreal realm of psychedelic, electropop, with heavy synths and vocal reverb.

The songs intriguing effects hold experimental similarities to that of Massive Attack and Radiohead, but with much lighter, pop-infused elements.

I adore Perry’s delicate and alluring vocals, which enhance the seductive quality of the song, and create a deep connection with the listener.

“Coexist” was written about reconnecting with an ex-lover, and, believing that they could overcome their differences, proposes they “co-exist” in the same space, and re-establish a relationship.

Perry is a 20-year-old pop artist, who has been singing and playing acoustic guitar since 14 years of age. One evening a friend invited him to record at a local studio, he was instantly hooked, and continued to spend every evening there.

Artist manager Erik Azizi began working with Perry and soon he was ready to release his first single, “Your Love Is a Heavy Dose”, which displays more house-pop elements than “Coexist”.

Perry incorporates an impressive range of styles in his music with noticeable differences in his first two releases.

I am intrigued to see what this young artist will mesmerize us with on his next release. Keep an eye and an ear out for it!

If you enjoy music from artists such as Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber, then Dan Perry will fit perfectly on your playlist.

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