Estatuas de Sol – My Place (To Stay Version)

Estatuas de Sol - My Place (To Stay Version)This is the latest and very catchy synth pop song 'My Place (To Stay Version)' per­formed by 'Estatuas de Sol'. The song is not only catchy, but also super dance­able and has, in my opin­ion, typ­ic­al char­ac­ter­ist­ics of early 2000s future pop.

When the Spanish band com­pares their style, they take no pris­on­ers and name big bands like Mesh, T.O.Y, De/Vision, Elegant Machinery, Blackbook, Syrian, Minerve and Lights Of Euphoria. This at least test­i­fies to a lot of self-con­fid­ence and def­in­itely very good taste in music. This song is part of our Spotify playl­ist ‘New Synth Pop Songs 2022‘. The playl­ist is updated con­tinu­ously. Follow this playl­ist now and don’t miss any of the latest synth pop hits in 2022.

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Lyrics of 'Estatuas de Sol – My Place (To Stay Version)'

You say you don't want to hurt me,
you say there's no place for us,
you say our time is over,
you say: "good­bye my love".
You know I hate this kind of ending,
you bring the storm to my inmost thoughts.
From the deep­est of my weakness,
I prom­ise (I prom­ise to) be strong.

In my mind, everything is in motion so fast,
the future is so vast.

Broken walls of my golden prison
let­ting me take my way,
my lug­gage, my faith,
I find a peace­ful place to stay.
From the clearest of my conscience,
I won't answer when you call.

In my mind, everything is in motion so fast,
the future is so vast.

"I don't want to hurt you, but there's no place for us,
our time is over, good­bye, my love".

In my mind…

Estatuas de Sol about 'My Place (To Stay Version)'

Through an evoc­at­ive sound­scape designed with a rhythmic base of elec­tron­ic dance from the 90s and touches of ana­log sounds from the 80s, the voices and the struc­ture of the song recre­ate the states of aston­ish­ment, deni­al, assim­il­a­tion and lib­er­a­tion pro­duced for an unwanted sen­ti­ment­al breakup.