EREZ – Dance It Away

EREZ is back with the breathtakingly original ‘Dance It Away’. A seductive slow-burner, the song evolves from a dark and sinister composition into something that feels ethereal and surreal.

“I’m so deep into dance and the journey it takes you on. I love the sexiness of it, I love the passion behind it, I love the energy it creates between people, I love the speed, I love the intention in every movement I make when I dance, I love the improvised choreography and the freedom of the moment. The only way to truly enjoy the dance floor is by letting it be your boss. Once you do that, you’re rewarded with a clear mind and open heart and connection to yourself, the music, the people around you, the world. People are happy when they dance. They’re not judgmental. They’re in tune with their bodies and chemicals. They want to fuck. They want to scream. They want to reach out and in. Dancing is therapy. Mind-body connection. Somatic healing.”


Watch: EREZ – They’re Coming

NYC born, Israeli-raised artist EREZ returns today with her immensely entrancing dark-alternative number, ‘They’re Coming’.

This is song that carries with it a moody and cinematic soundscape, accompanied by an eclectic electronic production and powerful vocals. The rebellious track is a stand against government power plays, and the stunning visuals expand on the concept further:

“This video is about resisting the corrupt powers that try to control us by using fear. Putting a spotlight on how those powers escalate hate between people instead of cultivating peace. In this video we resist their attempts to silence our critique. The character is protesting those tainted powers by dancing his way through LA and occupying space in a peaceful way. He’s showing he is present, full of life, and not defeated by their darkness. He is very much present and alive and is inspiring others to feel the same.” – EREZ


New Music: EREZ

A beautifully conceptual fusion of indietronica and trip hop from a talent who is unafraid of bringing thought-provoking lyricism into her songs.

New York City born and Israeli-raised, queer artist and producer EREZ wears her heart on her sleeve and will make history doing so.

“‘Modern Dream’ is just me self reflecting and questions the place and power of technology and socials in my life and our collective lives as humans – therefore the constant use of the word ‘we’ and not ‘I’ or ‘you’ or ‘they’. I’m trying to get across a simple question – are we part of the machine or not? This hunger for fame, validation and recognition is often external and learned. Who is teaching us to crave this? The machine. The machine that makes money off us thinking that this is the route to happiness, success and fulfilment. While the truth is, those things really only come from within. (Easier said than done yea). Yes we all are looking to be validated by our friends, family and peers but to what extent?”