"The purpose of my music is to exemplify my truths,” said Moore Kismet in a recent press release. “That's what my music has always been for me: a way to get my stories and my thoughts out."
And they mean it—at only 17 years old, the prodigious producer is already known for wearing their heart on their sleeve. Now, as they enter a self-proclaimed "next chapter," it's clear that this guiding philosophy is here to stay.
Kicking off this era is "Parallel Heartbreak" (with Pauline Herr), a fluttering melodic trap ballad which expresses the fear of heartbreak that comes with the embrace of new love. The song dropped today, January 7th, via Thrive Music.
"Parallel Heartbreak" begins with a sublime arrangement of plucks, which are soon interwoven with a bright piano riff and ethereal swells. It grows with a steady force, following the strength of Herr's vocals into a euphoric drop complete with Kismet's signature synth sonics.
Moore Kismet Welcomes "Next Chapter" With Stunning Pauline Herr Collab, "Parallel Heartbreak"
Co-written with 18-year-old pop star Tate McRae, "Parallel Heartbreak" expresses the fears that often come attached to new love.