Produced by FRANKIEONTHEGUITAR, the singer-songwriter’s second single follows “Teima”.
In “Teima” we feel, simultaneously, nerve and balance, and this contrast is now deepened in “longe.com”. In the second single from her new publishing house, pikika dives even deeper into her introspective side and, at the same time, makes room for the rhythm that runs through her artistic vein. Because, in your case, there is colour between black and white, and light in the grey areas.
After working with Charlie Beats on his presentation single, it is with FRANKIEONTHEGUITAR that he now shares new outbursts behind the rhythm set by the Portuguese guitarist and producer. And if the tone suggests seduction, the words take us in the opposite direction: the introspective register is maintained as if the verses he sings to us were secrets, but the guitar that underlies the instrumental bed imposes lightness in a longing for a possible future yet to be fulfilled.