Tsunami Section explore the theme of karma in addictive ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’

Exploring the theme of karma, Tsunami Section release their debut single ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’. The uplifting pop duo consists of Anna Chiara and Felicia Singson who have gigged in over 100 venues all over the world. In the past Chiara released a solo LP, whereby she worked with London producer David Ezra, but she has returned to work with Singson for this addictive single.

‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’ has danceable grooves, a retro melody and catchy chorus, making it the most infectious single. The track explores the idea that whatever life throws at you there will always be another chance, escaping the negative connotations attached to the theme of karma.

Watch the music video to ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’ here:

 

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/Tsunami-Section-1201228323325942/

https://twitter.com/TsunamiSection

 

 

Watch the music video to ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’ here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCRkzFtjF9g

 

With danceable grooves, a retro chorus and catchy chorus, the addictive ‘Keep My Spinning Wheel’ was written by Oliver Fell-Holden. Exploring the idea thatXthe uplifting single escapes the negative connotations attached to the theme of karma.

 

The duo have toured and gigged in over 100 venues, performing in locations such as Mizoram, Delhi and Gugaon. In the past Chiara released a solo LP where she worked with London producer David Ezra.

 

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/Tsunami-Section-1201228323325942/

https://twitter.com/TsunamiSection

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