Credit Card by Dobbeltgjenger

Credit Card • Dobbeltgjenger

Dive into the emotional tapestry of ‘Credit Card,’ an enchanting electro-ballad that unravels the intricacies of conditional love and vulnerability in close relationships. Are you merely a transaction or a recipient of genuine affection? This hauntingly beautiful composition explores the shadows of uncertainty surrounding the authenticity of love.
Led by the evocative vocals of Vegard Wikne, ‘Credit Card’ begins with delicate piano notes and a lone voice, gradually transforming into an epic synth-anthem that captures both colossal and fragile emotions. From the first note, this song grips your soul, inviting you into a world where vulnerability meets strength, leaving an indelible imprint on your heart. 

Credit Card • Dobbeltgjenger
Credit Card (Radio Edit)

UPC: 198391098154 • ISRC: QM4TW2474249 • Product Code: HQ065 • Release date: 08.03.24Label: HQindie • Apollon Records • Words: Vegard Wikne • Music: Dobbeltgjenger. Fans Also Like: Radiohead, 1975, Depeche Mode, Harry Styles.

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