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Multi-talented electronic singer songwriter Mani Blü returns with new “twisted pop” single ‘Frankenstein’ out September 21 st . Following on from the success of his debut single ‘Turn Off The Radio’ that was premiered through LOTL and received a warm welcome from the music community, Mani Blu is back with a new fusion of electro-pop.

Filled sonically with electronic cadences and a lightly tuned angelic vocal that is reminiscent to a similar register of The
Weekend, ‘Frankenstein’ delivers an up-tempo twisted tale of a broken love story that is as striking emotionally as it is
lyrically poetic. Whilst comfortably sitting out of the norm of society with his fashion and grandeur, Mani Blü too chooses to go against the grain with his song writing. Composing a song that runs for a duration of 5:15 that seamlessly transitions between ballad & banger, there is no room to let conservative tradition get in the way of Mani Blü’s creativity.
“Frankenstein” was an idea that I had in early 2017, I had a melody idea stuck in my head, and I remember running to
the piano as I started to sing it into my phone. I hope that people can appreciate its layers and colours, it is a very
emotional song, I wanted to use synthetic vocals and hyper pop sounds to represent an inner feeling that co-existed with

“Frankenstein” was an idea that I had in early 2017, I had a melody idea stuck in my head, and I remember running to
the piano as I started to sing it into my phone. I hope that people can appreciate its layers and colours, it is a very
emotional song, I wanted to use synthetic vocals and hyper pop sounds to represent an inner feeling that co-existed with the rest of the track, it is super twisted pop, so I hope people can feel that.” – Mani Blü

Frankenstein comes coupled with a visually rich music video that features production quality and an esthetic
comparable to Troye Sivan, whilst also unveiling an unseen side of
Mani Blü. The video extrapolates the lyrics and story of the single as it
shows an up close and personal side of Mani Blü that’s not afraid to
be vulnerable.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwTThI6khNM&feature=youtu.be