Indie Artist Adam Harpaz and Pastel Jungle share latest song ‘Other Than Orange’

Adam Harpaz and Pastel Jungle, Angus & Julia Stone and Vance Joy
Adam Harpaz and Pastel Jungle, Angus & Julia Stone and Vance Joy

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Indie musician Adam Harpaz and Pastel Jungle released their latest single ‘Other Than Orange’ under Pastel Jungle + Adam Harpaz. Pastel Jungle, also known as Kees has enjoyed spots on BBC Music Introducing. Adam Harpaz boasts features on notable Youtube channels in the likes of Sofar Sounds, Mahogany, just to name a few.  Byron Bay-based, Australia, Adam Harpaz and Pastel Jungle track is comparable to the musical sounds of Julia Stone, Vance Joy and Angus.

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The lyricism in ‘Other Than Orange’ tells a story about regret and melancholia tainted with a hint of arrogance, ultimately offering an important observation about the romantic relationship, simultaneously transmitting a message to listeners. The lyrics illicit the realisation that where there is arrogance in relationships, the arrogant party is often dismal in the case the relationship ceases and the golden message is that the beloved is to be cherished without prejudice because singleness is often difficult to navigate.  

Adam Harpaz and Pastel Jungle elaborate on the creative orientation in making the new single:“This first collab of many more to come is an alluring journey into the depths of longing for fonder memories. We wanted to capture that oddly captivating sensation of replaying those perfect memories, so often poisoned by the idea that you might never experience them the same way again”.

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