Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Trinity Sin releases new single 'R3D'


The solo musician from New York known as Trinity Sin has released his latest single, titled, “R3D.” The track is the most significant official Trinity Sin offering since his April 2013 EP release, “Promise.” A deeply personal and soul-baring track that carries on the Trinity Sin tradition while continuing to develop his unmistakable style, “R3D” is a moving and worthy addition to Trinity's growing musical catalog.

Trinity Sin cites as main artistic influences such legendary music acts as Evanescence, Cyndi Lauper, Lady Gaga, and Coheed and Cambria. His own style on “R3D” being far removed from these notable inspirations, Trinity Sin has been moving away from less-challenging pop and EDM motifs in favor of newer, more complex and arguably more matured overtones. In the case of his new “R3D” single, as well as other, more-recent Trinity Sin songs, the upbeat nightclub nature of his former sound would not be appropriate for themes of such emotional weight and intensity.

Speaking of the meaning with which he infused “R3D,” Trinity Sin writes, “It's a song about letting go, not relationship-wise, but life-wise. I wrote most of it on the ride back from seeing my sister who recently moved away. The song is incredibly selfish. I hated that my sister was moving further away from the family than I had thought, and I didn’t know how often I would be able to see her.”

As heart-rending as this is, “R3D” isn't all lamentation. The artist himself says that it has brought him much joy in having brought it to the public ear.

“It has a strengthening message behind it,” writes Trinity Sin. “'Just because it's gone, doesn’t mean it's lost.'”

“R3D” is also important for the same reasons Trinity Sin's “Promise” album turned so many heads when it appeared on digital shelves last year: it is audio autobiography – unabashed and unadulterated sonic honesty, written and performed by one of music's most intrepid independent players.

“This is probably one of the most personal songs I’ve ever made,” writes Trinity Sin, “and I’m so proud to be able to share another part of myself with whoever listens to it.”

“R3D” is available online worldwide.


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