“Age Of Depression” is a hauntingly beautiful track by Hunter Daily

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“Age Of Depression” is a hauntingly beautiful track by Hunter Daily, a rising star in the music industry. Daily’s debut EP, Die in LA, has garnered more than 1million Spotify streams since its release earlier this year.

From the moment “Age Of Depression” begins, Hunter Daily’s vocals draw listeners in with her range and expressive delivery. The verses are thoughtfully crafted as Daily paints a vivid picture of the complexities of depression. The use of minimalistic instrumentation, primarily focusing on piano and gentle electronic elements, creates a haunting ambiance that perfectly complements the song’s theme.

The collaboration with Tyson, Daily’s sister, adds an additional layer of depth to the song, creating a lasting impression. Delving into the depths of the human psyche, this track encapsulates the struggles of the modern age and offers solace through its poignant lyrics and mesmerizing melodies.

In an interview with Chorus.fm Daily shares; “My sister and I were actually in a duo in the beginning of the pandemic, and “Age of Depression” was a song we had planned to release on our joint project. In the end, my sister needed a break from music for her mental health, and took a step back, so this is the only song on this project that has her on it. We wanted to put this song out because it is really special to us and in dedication to that time, and to help give hope to those that need it…the best is yet to come!

Hunter Daily is a remarkable artist who’s artistry shines bright like the future she holds. 

Stream Age Of Depression on Spotify now.

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