Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
You swipe right on Tinder, and suddenly you’re matched with somebody new. You start texting and the conversation is flowing. You make a plan to meet up, and for the first time in a long time you feel butterflies in your stomach.
But then something goes wrong. They don’t show up, they flake on you, or they just stop talking to you for no reason. You start to feel lonely and rejected, and you can’t help but wonder if it’s the internet’s fault.
Tinderly, Quilted Pill and Muwosi’s most recent single, is an ode to dating apps and the post-digital tragedians who suffer them. It serves as a reminder that we should never forget the importance of human connection, even in a world where technology has blurred the lines between reality and fiction.
The vocals on Tinderly are iconic, and they have a way of drawing you into the song. They’re not overpowering, but they’re definitely mesmerizing. I also enjoy the instrumental. The combination of the guitar riffs and the drumming is beautifully done, and it gives the song a lot of depth.