Ness Heads • “Window”
A shaky, atmospheric beat startles listeners as they enter Ness Heads’ new track, “Window.”
Gripping the mic, the Chicago artist exemplifies her keen desire and pain by saying “I want what I can’t have, you cracked my window.” Creating dismal imagery, Ness Heads utilizes cold-hearted lyricism by repeating “tears, tears, down your face” to establish an unwavering emptiness. Hollow, angelic singing halfway through elevates the distressed mood yet she still manages to connect to eardrums in a genuine, comforting tone..
In a brief 2 minutes, Ness Heads creates a captivating, suspenseful storyline around melancholy that leaves listeners empathizing at every angle.