Los Angeles based Swedish artist Melpo Mene returned yesterday with their latest single ‘Wrong at Last’. The track starts off with jangly, acoustic sounding melodies before the atmospheric, yet heavy synths come in which are then joined by wistful vocals. ‘Wrong at Last’ is a compelling slice of melancholy indie-pop.
Speaking of the track, Melpo Mene has said: “When we drink from a glass, we’re emptying it, so naturally, we should refer to the halfway mark as half-empty. When we pour into a glass, we’re filling it up, so naturally we should refer to halfway as half-full. Anyway, any actual message in pop music isn’t what is being said but how it’s being said.”
Listen to ‘Wrong at Last’ by Melpo Mene below and keep up with them on social media via the following links: