Tiny Deaths Examines Fame in Dream Pop Single ‘The Jump’

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Los Angeles artist Tiny Deaths examines fame in haunting dream pop single “The Jump.” The song ponders the question:

“Does fame attract rotten people or does the fame itself rot them?”

The song is minimalistic and echoing, strung with delicate vocals and packed with synth, all forming a very cinematic atmosphere.

Tiny Deaths is the moniker of singer/songwriter Claire de Lune. For this project, she teamed up with producer Grant Cutler and formed a middle ground behind her background in R&B and Cutler’s experience with more experimental music. Their style has been compared to bands like Phantogram, Beach House, and Purity Ring.

Of “The Jump,” De Lune adds that “There’s also a Shania Twain easter egg in there for fun, for anyone paying close enough attention.”

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De Lune’s music has been featured in the Netflix series Atypical, as well as on MTV, ABC, and most recently receiving a placement in the video game Tell Me Why. She’s worked alongside acts like Sleigh Bells, Glass Animals, and How to Dress Well.

Now she’s preparing to release her EP If I’m Dreaming on November 13th. The EP will be released via Las Vegas-based indie label Handwritten Records.

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