“I want you to taste all the flavors, I want you to have all the dreams,” rising queer artist Long Rainey notes regarding their latest single Nothing is Forever.
The track aims to “weave a complex story of love, loss, and the party in between.” Filled with 90s inspired house synths with Long’s smooth vocals shimmering atop the electronic drum and bass beats. Packing a subtle emotion into the track, Long accompanies the track with a nostalgic VHS-effect video which the star also directs and produces.
Being a black queer performer in the South of the USA, Long and their new track feel timely and relevant – with the idea that Nothing is Forever perhaps unintentionally being a hopeful note about the upcoming US election. Pulsing with electricity and soul, Long’s music has also been released in album format with the singer’s debut studio album available on streaming services.
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