NYC-based artist, blogger, and performer. A lover of thrifting, collector of Spotify playlists, and enthusiast of cheap wine.
There really is nothing quite like a powerful synth-led pop bop. There’s also nothing quite like an in-your-face breakup anthem. When you marry the two, you get Dilettante’s single Monster, a blood-pumping reimagining of everything you never said, but wish you did. We’ve all found ourselves having fake fights in the shower with our exes. You tell them you’re so much better off now, or you curse them out for breaking your heart. Lucky for the hopeless romantics, Dilettante has created the climactic sound for this very moment.
Driven by an 80’s heartbeat, Monster is the anthemic shoegaze single to the soundtrack of your love life. Dreamy vocals soar above a punching synthesizer, and a striking guitar will leave you invigorated. An homage to scorned lovers from decades past, Dilettante has managed to salute their influences while breaking through the modern pop barrier. The next time you need to let off some steam, we suggest you blast Monster for that cinematic effect. Who knew being angry could feel so good?