The Endorphins are back with their latest single ‘Parachute‘ which is a silky-smooth RnB offering which comes straight out of the 90s. The nostalgic single follows their pop-powerhouse anthem ‘Dead Or Alive’, and discussing their newest offering the Stockholm based family-affair explain:
“We wrote the music five years before we wrote the lyrics. It’s a song simply about falling head over heels for someone. When You feel like everything is moving very fast and you can’t control it. You just wanna be with that someone and nowhere else. It’s kind of scary and amazing at the same time.”
With their 2017 release ‘Ms. Right Now’ landing over 2 million streams on Spotify, the pair have been steadily building on their loyal fanbase. Having been picked up by Scandipop and Earmilk, it’s clear that the duo have some reputable backing and solid traction.
‘Parachute’ is written by August Heldt, Erik Rapp and Daniel Sandell. Produced by S.T.Y.A and pure. and Almkvist. Guitars by André Sundh. Mixed by Adam Rendström.