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Belaver premieres new single “Partner” via The Talkhouse; a dark romantic minimalist tune featuring Nona from Dark Dark Dark

‘True Love of Crime’ is due April 26

Stream: “Partner”
The Talkhouse / Spotify

Today Belaver shares new single “Partner” via The Talkhouse; accompanied by an essay from producer Robert Ellis; check out the essay hereTrue Love of Crime is out next Friday, April 26th.

“Partner” is a catchy minimalist pop tune. Self categorized as “dark romance,” this duet (with Nona from the band Dark Dark Dark) celebrates having a partner in the fight against cultural conformity.

Drawing influences from icons Neil Young and David Bowie as well as alt-country stars like Bill Callahan and Townes Van Zandt, Belaver creates melancholic pop music with elements of goth, folk, lo-fi, indie rock, and electronic music.

Belave (buh-lay-ve) means ‘to wash all over’ or ‘to refresh, strengthen oneself, rest’ —

Belaver (bell-ah-ver) is ‘one who washes over’ or ‘one who is refreshing in rest.’

Tour Dates
4/26 – New York, NY – Alphaville

True Love of Crime
(Feel Bad Records)
Release Date: April 26, 2019

Track List:

1. Prisoner
2. Partner
3. Doer
4. Swimmer
5. Dancer
6. Vampire
7. Grave Robber
8. Finder
9. Driver