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KARMACODA share resilient sentiments with their latest single ‘Fly By’, a track that speaks on a relationship that didn’t make the cut, but still maintains a jovial atmosphere with finesse. The band previously stunned us with their music video for ‘Make Me The One’ (read the previous feature here).
They now captivate us with the most uplifting breakup track we have heard in a long time. Prior to the release via Sola Musa Music, the band shared that this was one of their most important tracks to date on their social media.
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We couldn’t agree more with that statement, lyrically and sonically the track breathes different energy compared to their previous dark pop album Slow Down, Melt and Catch Fire. ‘Fly By’ feels like a continuation of its predecessor in terms of the theme, but it has turned a new leaf with its introspective message and light production.