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Dan D’Lion gives in to the uncontrollable with his new single, 'Pull Me Under'

He's teasing a new mixtape, too.
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Published: 11:20 am, May 22, 2020
Dan D’Lion gives in to the uncontrollable with his new single, 'Pull Me Under'

Dan D’Lion has shared his new single, 'Pull Me Under'.

His first new music of 2020, it arrives with news of his new mixtape, 'When One Thing Leads To Another', which will follow this summer.

"'Pull Me Under’ is the feeling I go back to time and time again," he says. "It’s about giving in to the uncontrollable, that one thing that gives you the highest high, but dumps you in the lowest of low without warning. It’s about the way in which our emotions can overpower any control we have over ourselves, and knowing that’s totally ok. In fact, it’s fucking amazing!"

He adds: "This project is a dive into those emotions I feel in a relationship. From the first time you meet someone... the intrigue and interest... to feeling infatuated and fascinated by them. All honest relationships have their ups and downs and I’ve learnt things from every relationship and friendship which has allowed me to better myself. We all experience that whirlwind of emotions when we meet someone that truly means something to us."

Give 'Pull Me Under' a listen below.

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