Whipped Cream can do no wrong. The ‘Persistence EP' on Nest earlier this year was quite the musical journey through a wide palette of soundscapes and intense emotion. ‘SHE' is made of the same stuff, perhaps even the missing fourth track to that EP.
With each release from the young songstress, we see an evolution in sound design taking us to cinematic heights and through distorted imagination. As the story of the song unfolds, the intro walks us into an enchanted forest of earthy, tribal sounds, building tension before the drop hits like the dark and sinister twist in the tale. Could this darkness hidden within the trappings of beauty be a metaphor for the capacity for evil we all posses? Here's what Caroline (aka Whipped Cream) had to say about the song:
I named it after myself, like a feminine energy in a masculine home – if I was a song, it would be ‘SHE' if that makes sense.
This marks Whipped Cream's first release on Brillz new imprint ‘Twonk Records' and an exciting new step forward in the young artists blossoming career.