Check it out here! Listen to Neplen’s emotional bedroom / lo-fi pop hit: Sad, Soft, Shower Springs

NEW MUSIC ALERT! We’ve got music from Neplen! Today we’re featuring “Sad, Soft, Shower Springs”

Words from the Artist

This Album is called Sad, Soft, Shower Strings. It’s a 10 song project in 15 minutes; just the perfect amount of time to recover after a long sad day. Take a shower and you will be okay. I hope you feel something…


Emotional and soulful pop vocals direct with a sad intent and multiple layers of spiritual delicacy on Neplen’s uniquely winding, the self-aware emotional lo-fi single “Sad, Soft, Shower Springs” will make you feel something.

In the music industry, attaching a strong brand to music is extremely important. We think that Neplen is definitely on the right track in this regard. It’s no surprise that with time, the music and the brand continue to just keep going up!

The effect of “Sad, Soft, Shower Springs” is to draw the listener’s attention to the soft and soulful rhythm and…of course, Neplan’s vocals in the background. Or, more precisely, the intimacy of the heart-breaking lyrics — there’s a wide range of them on display. 

You will not be disappointed, Neplan branding and authenticity is something you will not find in many artists.  Check out “Sad, Soft, Shower Springs” today!

Published by modern soulful words

Reverend Dr. Dortheá Enriqúe (Goddess Dorthea Music) is the C.E.O. of Modern Soulful Living, LLC., holistic therapy practice and spiritual service-based business that uses art, music, and literature to focus on mind, body, and spiritual wellness to live a joyous and prosperous life. She is an accomplished spiritual counselor, holistic therapist, published author, healing arts practitioner, and soul-healing music therapist.

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