Deb Fan’s “Closer To Hell” Highlights The Duality of Life

Ian Hansen

I can't begin to tell you how much I love music that goes beyond just sonic layering, flows, and rhythms. Deb Fan's recent single, "Closer to Hell," delves into the complexities of the human mind. It explores the difficulty of stopping people-pleasing, the ambiguity of right and wrong, and the intricacies of human judgment.

Deb Fan was raised in Hong Kong, and this track was inspired by a recent visit there. It captures the duality of beauty and darkness, heaven and hell. Sonically, it fits the mold of the lyrics perfectly. The production features haunting strings and mallets that play throughout, and her vocals complement this beautifully with a heavenly and light feel.

Not only is she incredible from a songwriting and musical standpoint, but her visuals also perfectly complement her music. Her music video showcases Deb delivering a beautiful performance in a church, accompanied by ballerinas and string instrumentalists. This visual portrayal emphasizes those themes of duality in her music.

I'm a huge fan of the world Deb Fan has created with her music, and I can't wait to see her continue to release great tracks. She has it all – music, songwriting, and visuals – to ensure her longevity in music.

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