Review: Temperature Falls - Zuzu's Petals

Temperature Falls is a trip-hop/alternative rock duo from Oslo, Norway that blends influences including Bjork, Portishead and Pearl Jam into a brilliantly atmospheric and original new sound. Comprised of vocalist/lyricist Camilla and multi-instrumentalist Ian J. Ward, Temperature Falls released its debut album, Temperature Falls, in 2019 as well as a single, a cover of the Deftones’ “Knife Party.” Zuzu’s Petals will be first single from upcoming EP.

Zuzu's Petals is the brand new single and is a beautifully composed track. To fully express the song's meaning, singer's pleasant vocals make listeners pay attention to the lyrics.

Zuzu's Petals starts with synths which grab the listener's attention immediately. The song gives listeners almost 4 minutes of enjoyment because of the whole mood of the track and carefully written lyrics, that makes this track a perfect example of a great track. It is followed by beautifully filmed music video where you can see beautiful landscapes and singer herself.

To sum up, Zuzu's Petals is an amazingly catchy song that will stay on repeat for a long time.