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Nick Panchuk – ‘Frozen Tears’

  • 2 min read

The latest single from one of Brisbane’s most dynamic and highly anticipated singers, ‘Frozen Tears’ is a mesmerising new cut that is set to make Nick Panchuk an international name. An artist who has been building his direct and edgy style for a few years now, Nick has taken inspiration from a number of genres with his new track, carving out a diverse piece that shines with some brilliant elements of modern pop, timeless rock, and undeniable old school funk.

The lead single from his upcoming sophomore album, ‘Frozen Tears’ creates an ambience that is lavish, captivating, and perfectly layered with mesmerizing melodies and profound, self-assured lyrics. Relaxing yet energetic, emotional yet majestic, the single is an undeniable masterpiece that is sure to capture the hearts and minds of fans from all walks of life.

Inspired by his life and struggles, ‘Frozen Tears’ finds itself rooted in sadness, offering a heartfelt, inspirational sound that looks to push past sadness and gloom and to regain our strength and move into the light. Armed with smooth vocals that are decorated with effortless intonations and soothing warm tones, Nick weaves his magic, creating a modern-day mix that crescendos with spellbinding emotive undertones.

A song that will offer hope and motivation to those who are struggling, ‘Frozen Tears’ looks to build belief in better days, assuring its listeners that they will come out the other side better and stronger than ever. You can stream the new single on Spotify below, which was produced by the brilliant Alchemix studios in Brisbane, Australia.

With his new single, Nick is bringing more than just a good song, he is bringing a heartfelt message that will resonate deeply with people and tell an emotive story, and it definitely deserves to be celebrated. An essential new single for fans of modern pop and tempered house, ‘Frozen Tears’ is both wonderfully personal and incredibly commercial.

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