More Is Not Enough – El Cuerpo

More Is Not Enough - El CuerpoDive into the mel­an­chol­ic world of More Is Not Enough's latest track "El Cuerpo". The US artist group has cre­ated a song here that skil­fully bal­ances between the bound­ar­ies of syn­thwave and dark wave to cre­ate a unique, romantic­ally sad mood.

"El Cuerpo" presents itself as a per­fect example of son­ic fusion of two genres. The struc­ture of the song is delib­er­ately kept simple, which makes it extremely access­ible. Nevertheless, there is no lack of dynam­ics at all, as "More Is Not Enough" clev­erly work with vari­ations to main­tain the ten­sion from begin­ning to end. This emo­tion­al song imme­di­ately draws you in and takes you through subtle changes that keep your ears riv­eted at all times.

It is unmis­tak­able that "El Cuerpo" has some impress­ive influ­ences. The influ­ences of bands like "Male Tears", "Depeche Mode" and "Nuovo Testamento" can clearly be heard, while "More Is Not Enough" still adds their own cre­at­ive touch. The syn­thes­iser melod­ies blend smoothly with the dark, pulsat­ing beats, cre­at­ing an atmo­sphere that sounds sim­ul­tan­eously famil­i­ar and yet refresh­ingly new.

Unfortunately, the prom­ising sound exper­i­ence is some­what marred by the song's cov­er art­work. The visu­als seem mis­lead­ing and more remin­is­cent of black met­al aes­thet­ics, which does not do justice to the actu­al char­ac­ter of "El Cuerpo". This visu­al mis­step could put off poten­tial listen­ers and make them miss the oppor­tun­ity to dive into the cap­tiv­at­ing sound world of "More Is Not Enough".

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More Is Not Enough about 'El Cuerpo'

The song is about build­ing a cal­lous from abuse,” says the artist. “Almost rejoicing in it, but tak­ing that neg­at­ive energy and turn­ing it into a pos­it­ive by know­ing what you can endure – and keep­ing in mind to NEVER act in that man­ner towards oth­ers. On the oth­er hand, you chase that neg­at­ive feeling.

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