Bonnie X Clyde has been producing music since 2015 when they broke onto the scene with “The Ride.” Generally, their music is bass heavy, with big drops and a generally happy, uplifting vibes. This track though is not the same as the ones before. “Torn,” released on Insomniac Records, features a dark and ominous vibe, before breaking into the drop which picks back up the pace considerably with an all electro sound.
Check out the track here:
Teaming up with fellow Insomniac Music duo Purge to produce “Torn,” they brought a dark song that shows that they can slow down the bass, and really draw you into the peaks and valleys of the song. From dark brooding bass sounds with desperate lyrics, into a brighter, more upbeat drop, this song clearly shows that Bonnie X Clyde has put their emotion into the production of this song.
“We all deal with the feeling of being torn in some way or another. Torn is about expressing your true, raw feelings & coming to terms with them. Understanding it’s ok to need help & to not be ok all the time.”
Coming off of a stellar year already, with the release of “Bass Jam” which was the top song on XM Radio’s Beat of the Week countdown for five weeks earlier this year, “Torn,” continues with Bonnie X Clyde’s big year. They are coming fresh off playing big festivals like Life in Color, EDC Japan, EDC Las Vegas and Middlelands, and will continue touring with more festivals in the near future. Bonnie adding the vocals does add a layer to the song that makes it appealing, but the song lacks some of the instrumental sounds that have featured in songs like in Bass Jam. Since they have so much different music with different sounds, You can expect to hear this song live in a set soon.
You can buy and stream the song here: