Pauline Herr and TWERL have collaborated on a new single, “Addicted“, out today. The track, which can be heard now below, perfectly embodies the melancholy, yet loving characteristics of a long-distance relationship.
Of the song, Pauline Herr said, “This release is very meaningful to both TWERL and I because it’s about our experience with a long-distance relationship. Spending months apart and only being able to see each other briefly every few months has been really tough but has also made the time we have with each other really special.”
While this single’s verses venture into a touching subject, Pauline Herr and TWERL continue to forge an impactful drop-heavy chorus. This piece will undoubtedly serve its purpose, reaching festivals like Ohakune Mardi Gras Festival and Queenstown Mardi Gras Festival (New Zealand), where the pair played their first shows together, in addition to various others this summer.
Alongside their relationship, both Pauline Herr and TWERL’s achievements as artists continue to develop beautifully. Pauline is booking festivals like Electric Zoo and Sunset Music Festival and working alongside established electronic artists such as Slushii and Hex Cougar, to name a few. This blooming artist has also recently made her debut at EDC Las Vegas and is not showing any signs of slowing down. TWERL is currently garnering global recognition with his releases on established labels like Mad Decent, Sony, Sweat It Out!, Bassrush, Elysian and Lowly Palace. With the release of “Addicted,” it’s clear that this power couple will continue to take the EDM scene by storm.