An experimental approach to pop that fuses elements of synth and psychedelica together with retro inspirations from the 70’s and 80’s. The result is a sound that feels bold and new, yet retains a certain soulful warmth.
The song was written after Freeman felt stuck in a toxic relationship, wanting to find a way out of the dark state it put his mind in.
“The song was me speaking to myself about finding the courage to lift myself out and to start anew, finding light and solace in anything I could (like music and my imagination). The ‘Technicolour Chandelier’ being my metaphoric ‘High Hide away haven’ or prospective new possibility of life.”