Single review: DYVR ‘Ghost Hands’

Editor's Review
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One of London’s most exciting electronic artists returns with a brooding new single. DYVR’s ‘Ghost Hands’ is out now via Veta Records.

The single features DYVR’s stunning signature falsetto from the offset, setting the celestial tone perfectly. It soars effortlessly over the dark, electronic soundscapes, reminding us instantly of the likes of James Blake or Aquilo. What DYVR manages to achieve however, compared to his predecessors, is combining emotive electronics with edgy pop/rock melodies to create something truly his own. Living up to its name, ‘Ghost Hands’ feels undeniably haunting and will no doubt take you on an ethereal journey of self-discovery from the first note. Check out the equally eerie video for the single below.

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