Leading into the New Year with opening up Sierra Stage at Snow Globe Festival, Subfer is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon, giving us his latest alluring single, “Signs” featuring singer/songwriter Chæ.
After realizing the similarities they had in their taste of music, Subfer introduced “Signs” to Chæ, who “instantly fell in love with the track and wanted nothing more than to help create the emotional pull that I felt the track needed vocally.”
The track has a dark yet rich ambiance with compelling moody tones, consistently building itself until the explosive drop drives us home with heavy waves of emotions colliding. “Signs” depicts the sufferable experience of being trapped in one’s own mind through its toxic seduction and energy. Chæ’s dark melodies give off a sense of chaos and vulnerability, bring the lyrics that perfect touch of longing and lustfulness, bringing the whole track to life.
“I found the inspiration for ‘Signs’ while I was going through a dark time in a previous relationship. It stemmed from the concept of being stuck with someone who is mentally unhealthy for you. At the time I started to get extremely frustrated that I was stuck in such a situation and began feeling hopeless. I wanted nothing else but to get out,” said Subfer.
Subfer recently remixed Flume’s “Never Be Like You” and Louis The Child’s “Better Not,” which was played by Illenium on Sirius XM.
“Grant is such an incredible musician and an inspiring writer. Writing together has been so natural. I’m excited to admit that we are currently working on a couple new songs which will be coming out later this year,” explained chæ.