We’ll try to stay blind
To the hope and fear outside
Hey child, stay wilder than the wind
And blow me into crime
Miss Trezz, an industrial goth-pop artist from Los Angeles, has lent her haunting voice to Duran Duran’s classic song, “Come Undone”. Though the familiar strains remain at its core, her rendition adds a dark allure to the track. With a breathy sensuality, Miss Trezz’s version offers a fresh and sultry take on the tale of a heart torn asunder.
“I was drawn to the authenticity and vulnerability of this song,” she says. “It expressed a familiar unraveling of self when emotions of the heart override the logic of self preservation in romantic relationships.”
Paul Wiley, maestro of the macabre, also casts his spell, giving the track a more foreboding, almost wicked ambiance. This synthpop/electronic rock makeover of the timeless melody is a bewitching dance between the ethereal and the eerie. Let your guard down to the darkness, even if for just a song’s length.
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From the reverent halls of classic training to the neon-soaked streets of modern electronica, Miss Trezz’s journey through this world has been anything but ordinary. With a voice that both silences rooms and ignites them, she’s drawn parallels with the raw edginess of Phantogram and the electric current of Metric.
Yet, to pigeonhole her would be a mistake. While her roots lie deep in classic training, her branches spread wide, touching the melancholic vibes of darkwave, the steely beats of industrial, and the mesmerizing rhythms of trip-hop. And when you think you’ve got her figured out, she’ll surprise you with a hint of goth pop, a sultry nod to opera, a playful glance towards jazz, or a riotous dive into the pulsating worlds of synthwave, electronica, and unapologetically fierce Nu Metal.
Miss Trezz’s cover of “Come Undone” is out now via Re:Mission Entertainment.
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