After the release of the experimental nu-metal and EDM track ’21 Devils’ featuring Ocean Grove, the expectations surrounding what Super Cruel would deliver next were immediately raised. The production duo comprised of Adelaide based artist Tigerilla and Sydney based producer Jesse Porsches, have always endeavoured to deliver tracks that stood out and weren’t just your average experimentations.
For their new single ‘Pause’ the dynamic duo have teamed up with Melbourne based singer-songwriter NYNE and offer a pulsating synth bop that will have you instantly grooving along. Intertwining gritty and dark synths with the prominent strumming of a guitar, there are a lot of interesting layers that foreshadow this dark song. “Should’ve said, you don’t love me you just put it on pause”. Exploring the excuses that arise in a relationship she questions the inevitable end that is continually being pro-longed. “You don’t love me, you’re just putting on a show”. The production really lifts this song to a different place and will have you emotionally connecting and ready to dance at the same time.