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    New Zealand Pop Duo THE DALS Release Their Debut Single Titled “Feel Bad”

    New Zealand brother-sister pop duo uncovers their debuts by giving us overdoses of emotion when they release the melancholic single “Feel Bad.”

    “Feel Bad” soundscape is driven by organic instrumentation, floating electrifying strings, and tender vocals. The feel of the instrumentation harmonizes perfectly with the lyrics that speak of heartbreak.

    THE DALS had a chat with us and answered our unique 4 Questions. Check it out below.

    HYPEFRESH: Let’s start by introducing ourselves. You know the basics, like name, age, and where you’re from, as much or little as you’re comfortable sharing.

    THE DALS: Hey! We are THE DALS, a brother-sister band from New Zealand. We currently are living in Los Angeles, USA. We are Luca The Dal & Asti The Dal, and of course, we cannot forget Luna, The Tuna (our Dalmatian. We take influence from Flume, Disclosure, and The Weekend among other notable artists such as Lana Del Rey (Lyrically for Asti) and Volvo.

    HYPEFRESH: Can you tell us about your new “Feel Bad” single?

    THE DALS: “Feel bad” is THE DALS’s debut single. Feel Bad is about modern relationships that often break up and then get back together because you feel bad for the other person, so you choose to stay in that toxic landscape. It was co-written by Asti & Luca and produced by Luca.

    HYPEFRESH: What do you like most about being a music artist?

    THE DALS: We love the idea that music is created out of nothing; you are like a magician pulling rhyme notes and melodies out of the universe, which makes every song we make very special to us

    HYPEFRESH: How can our readers follow you online?

    THE DALS: We have a link tree with all our links or IG: @astithedal @luca_thedal @thedalsofficial Tiktok @astithedal2.0 @thedalsoffical @lucathedal

    Stream “Feel Bad” on Spotify

    Connect with THE DALS: Instagram | TikTok |



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