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The Daily Feature: What Makes Neon Letters’ “Enough” Such a Gorgeous Tune?

Today’s Daily Feature is “Enough” by the Estonian electropop duo Neon Letters. The lyrical theme is all about self-love The listener will be taken through a mind that doubts themselves, but ultimately decides that they indeed are enough.”

However, the melodic content of this exquisite synthpop song is the main star. The song starts off with a melancholic mood with a strong acoustic piano melody that accompanies the soft female vocals. But by the 0:28 mark, the mood changes with synthesized instrumentation taking over with their punchy melodies filled with euphonium. The best part is the chorus as there is an interesting melody presented in the instrumentation: the syncopation rhythms and daydream-like sounds. I also really enjoyed the electronic effects featured in the vocals as they are like ripples in the water. What a gorgeous implementation!

Of course, the chorus isn’t the only place to listen for as the whole song features vivid melodies, fantasy-like vibes, and dulcet vocals. I really love how the duo created the song every part from the rhythms to the instrumentations. “Enough” is such a gorgeous must-listen not only for the instrumentation and vocals but also for the predominant message that is so important to everyone, nestled right in the lyrics.

Make sure to check out “Enough” below and let me know what you think in the comments!

About the Artist: Neon Letters

Neon Letters

Neon Letters is a duo from Tallinn/Pärnu/Tartu, Estonia formed at the start of 2021. The beats, the bass, the synths, and cat pics come from Aap-Eerik Lai. The ethereal, yet punchy-on-demand voice tying all the sounds together belongs to Johanna Pirrus.

Make sure to check out Neon Letters at the following sites:

Youtube | Facebook | Instagram | Spotify | Bandcamp | Soundcloud

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What Makes Neon Letters' "Enough" Such a Gorgeous Tune?

This Post Has 17 Comments

  1. Renata

    You’ve presented a lot of great songs on your blog, but am not a fan of this one – you can’t like them all

  2. Stephanie

    This is definitely different! Even the song image is unique. I looked at it for quite a while to try to figure it out.

  3. Neely

    Oh I like this one! It’s very beautiful!

  4. I think this is the first time on your site that I did not like a song. I feel like there was too much going on. The music was distracting me from the vocals which I could barely hear over the music. Something just sounded off about the song. I don’t know if the band intended for that to happen, but that is my observation.

  5. Dominique

    I typically like synthpop/dance but I was not a fan of this song. But I still appreciate all of the artists you are introducing me to!

  6. Khushboo

    This is really so beautiful. Its so different

  7. Arti

    Such great song and music. Thanks for sharing 😊

  8. Abiola

    Wow, this song is awesome I love the unique graphics display

  9. Aditi

    The song seemed different for sure, but not the type that I can go on listening to.

  10. thanks for this son sharing here, personally I love the purple album cover with its meaningful lyrics for Enough. cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  11. Clarice

    Wow! Such a beautiful song. Love the message and the melody. Adding this to my Spotify playlist. 🙂

  12. Renata

    Having been to Estonia and experienced the vibrant contemporary art movements there, it doesn’t surprise me that this duo is from there.

  13. Krizzia Scollon

    I like electropop so I don’t mind listening this song. Definitely different but I think it’s a nice tune.

  14. Rochelle

    not my type of music but I like hearing new sounds and new artists.

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