Spectral Display want you to take your time in their seductive new single Slowly — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
The latest single from the Dutch new wave group led by synthesizer virtuoso Michel Mulders, Slowly blends electronic elements with a fusion of pop and Latin influences. It features the band’s signature synth-driven soundscapes, complemented by foot-tapping drum hits, funky rhythms, and soul-stirring vocals. The result is a feel-good ear-worm that offers an invitation to dance and lose yourself in music.
Written by Mulders and Henri Overduin and brought to life by the incredible vocal talents of Prince Chapelle and Lachi, Slowly delves into the intricacies of communication and connection. The lyrics encourage listeners to look beyond words and into the fire of the eyes for genuine understanding — a reminder that emotions often transcend spoken language.
Spectral Display first took the world by storm in 1982 with their chart-topping hit It Takes A Muscle To Fall In Love, embraced by audiences in 13 countries. Over the years, the band’s unique sound and musical evolution have continued to captivate, solidifying their status as genre pioneers. Four decades after their arrival, Spectral Display continue to reach greater heights.