Gorgeous Make a "Divine" Offering With Standout Debut Single

Photo:  Dennis Morton

Good songs often have pieces of them that stand out. Maybe it's a line or a hook that implants itself into your brain and begs you to play it again. On the other hand, a great song exists as a singularity. The sum of its parts coming together in balance, without a single piece of the whole leaving you wanting for more.

Hailing from Copenhagen, pop duo Gorgeous has crafted such a singularity with their standout song "Divine." The track is a perfect marriage of warm nostalgic-laden guitars and smooth laidback pop vocals. This pair is so rich with talent, from lead vocalist and writer Marie Louise and her effortless delivery to multi-instrumentalist Andreas Murga serenading our ears with silky synth-pop. "Divine" breaks down what it feels like to exist in a state of pure love, exploring the highs and lows to the feelings of elation and vulnerability. Gorgeous isn't afraid to dive into some of the complex themes that lie below the surface of infatuation.

What's arguably most impressive is that "Divine" is their debut single. Coming out of the gate with a track this good can only mean one thing; Gorgeous is paving themselves a road towards a bright career. They are ready to make their mark on the world, and their offering of "Divine" is nothing short of heavenly.

Watch the  "Divine" video below:

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