Sense Offence releases new visual for ‘You Saved Me’

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New Zealand hip-hop artist, ‘Sense Offense’ has released an emotional new visual for his single, ‘You Saved Me’. The laid back melody that creates this intimate atmosphere where the listener gets to really feel his pain is unforgettable. The catchy chorus is perfectly pieced together and has such a dope distortion on it to really create a cool effect. The dark and gloomy visual really takes the track home and brings it to life.

The song was written as a tribute to the only thing that saved him whilst struggling with his mental health, the ability to turn the darkness into something beautiful through making music. It is the second track on his yet-to-be-released debut EP “Nomad”, which will be released on all streaming platforms August 7th 2020. His music covers topics such as mental health, drug addiction, relationship difficulties and suicide, tackling these heavy topics with a brutal realism about their realities balanced with a strong belief that recovery is possible and offering encouragement to anyone battling these demons to keep fighting. Be sure to leave your reaction or feedback for the artist below.

Get the track: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/senseoffence/nomad

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