Song Review: Paint in the Dark is in heavy playlist rotation with “Stardust and Ashes.”

Hit that play button to deep dive into the music! You might have just found your newest playlist addition!

Beautifully crafted, with a more beautifully flowy-form melody than most songs, fusing that retro-soul & alternative RnB meander with a more soulful comforting structure for something that essentially delivers the best of both worlds with “Stardust and Ashes.”

Stardust and Ashes introduce the skillfully meandering vocal harmonies of PAINT IN THE DARK in a way that feels acquainted yet also indicative of an artist ready to pave their own way, with a likable beat that injects a level of weight and easily recognizable styling into the track.

The clatter of the beat and the conflicting tap of the soulful “Stardust and Ashes” builds a vastly attainable soulful mood from the start, with a quite nostalgic vibe. Weave in these deep verses, passionately and cleanly blended, and things will gradually but steadily shift towards totally fresh realms.

Soothing and soulful vocals direct with an emotional intent and multiple layers of delicacy on Paint in the Dark uniquely written works, the self-aware retro-soul single Stardust and Ashes will make you feel deeply attuned with the narrative of this track.

Here at Modern Soulful Music, supporting artists is our #1 priority, we kindly ask you to check out the award-winning Stardust and Ashes.

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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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