EP Premiere: D'ARCY Releases Remix EP for Single 'Crush'
In celebration of Pride Month, D'Arcy has released a three song EP comprised of remixes of her debut single "Crush."
The official music video for the original single tells an animated story of young love between two girls. Each of the three Crush remixes is named after a type of candy, "Bubblegum Remix," "Lollipop Remix," and "Airhead Remix," contributing to the lighthearted and fun nature of the song.
We wanted to know more about the remixes so we asked D'Arcy a few questions about the project!
What inspired you to send out “Crush” for remixes?
The producer I worked with on the original "Crush" single (RUSL) created a bunch of different versions of Crush that weren't quite right for the single but were still really sick. We decided to put together a Remix EP so we could release those versions even if they didn't end up as the single version. Those versions are "Crush Bubblegum Remix" and "Crush Airhead Remix." The last track on the EP, "Crush Lollipop Remix," I made one day when I was messing around with the Acapella version of Crush and thought it would be fun to do my own remix of the song.
How do you feel when listening to this EP?
It makes me want to drive with the windows down while I eat gummy sharks and think about my crush.
What’s next for all things D’Arcy?
My EP "Hard to Kill" is coming out in August! And following that release, I will be going on tour with Lee DeWyze, playing 25+ shows across the country starting on August 14th in Salt Lake City. For the tour, I will be playing stripped down versions of my songs with my synthesizer. I will be posting exciting updates until then on Instagram @thedarcyshow
D’Arcy is a new alternative act based out of NYC. Her first single “Crush” was released in October 2020 followed by “Bad Girls” in December and “Bad Girls” remix by Morgothbeatz (Juice WRLD, Lil Xan). D’Arcy is the first musical act launched from DRØME, a media company that previously published a multi-issue print magazine featuring Billie Eilish, Sofi Tukker, LPX, OSHUN, Girlpool, Nakaya and more. D'Arcy's influences range from Fiona Apple to Nine Inch Nails.
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