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Dealing with the loss of loved ones while also facing the uncertainty that came from the lockdown is not an easy deal. For the leader and vocalist of the London-based band Curse of Lono, Felix Bechtolsheimer, these past few years have been an endless battle. Now, they make a step forward and unveil their gently swaying single Ursula Andress, which explores the idea of carefree youth. Along with their latest and long-awaited album People in Cars, this track reflects the need to find the light at the end of a journey that may have been obscured due to traumatic experiences.


This track is accompanied by a music video, directed by Marieke Macklon and gracefully shot by Jenny Alice Films. It's a laid-back scenario that captures what Bechtolsheimer wanted to convey throughout the song, which is dedicated to his son. Released via Submarine Cat Records, the song swings between a soft guitar strings that crash at the end with the vocals of the singer, emphasizing deep feelings of nostalgia, grief and loss.

“Right now, I can do what I fucking like. I got a record that's my favourite record I've ever made by a long way, and it's the record I needed to make. I lost my dad, my uncle and my ex-partner last year, and my band, but I’ve got this record and I almost look at it like a bit of a shrine,” he says about the struggle that he went through all these years and how much creating the album has helped him to open up and begin to write again.

Words
Alba Fabregat

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