It’s the type of vibes that make you close your eyes and go, “mmmmmm.”
With “Comfort Zone,” Marie Lang emerges with a wondrous balance of soulful, R&B-infused vocals as she brings listeners into the push and pull of the confusion that is relationships. The new single, which will find life on Lang’s forthcoming debut EP, is highlighted by the Austria-bred and LA-based artist’s airy vocals. Maria floats over the smooth, electronic bounce of Elliott Beenk’s production, her delivery cradled above the vibe-laden sonic backdrop. Simply put, “Comfort Zone” is radiantly beautiful music, serving to showcase the engagingly eclectic sound Lang brings to the table.
“Comfort Zone” dances eloquently with the all too familiar incertitude of a connection that lacks depth. It’s easy to catch a vibe with someone, but how fully can two unique individuals blossom if the protagonists are unable to enter the uncomfortable spaces that exist within all of us? True connection stems from the beauty of our light as it couples with the rawness of our darkness. We can fall into attraction and lust, but moving into the pureness of love only occurs if those involved are willing to step out of the safe spaces and into the roughness that lies beneath the surface.
Ships are safe in the harbor, but that is not what ships are built for. You better believe this applies to relationships as well.
The visual experience came to life one day while Lang was enjoying a glass of wine with Noé. Basking in the glow of sunshine and DIY energy, Marie is seen flowing around the frame as she delivers her prose. It’s a simple and sweet lyric video, working to capture the essence of “Comfort Zone” – carefree confusion; aimless yet mindful of the experience at hand.
“Comfort Zone” is available now on all your favorite streaming platforms.
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