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A rising electronic duo from Perth and Brisbane, Divinium may have only formed in May of last year, but since then they’re worked hard to announce themselves as one of Australia’s most intriguing and cinematic new projects. Comprising of two diverse and wildly unique artists, Pete Carman and Tania Hannah, better known by their respective monikers of Loopium and Misdivine, the band have created an expansive and wonderfully original style, one that explores blends genres with ease and artfully traverses new sonic soundscapes. 

With an ever-growing collection of singles already to their name, along with the stellar debut album ‘Feel It Inside’, Divinium has become synonymous with sophisticated melodies, fiercely vibrant tones, and immersive musical experiences that go beyond anything we’ve heard before. 

Despite their diverse styles, both Loopium and Misdivine share the goal of creating something that is truly unique, pushing beyond the usual boundaries of sound to create an experience that will completely captivate their audience. The result is a gorgeous and intoxicating mix of visuals and sounds, one that incorporates their music, artwork, and videos into a single, unified force that they call “an experience of immersion for the senses”. 

A perfect illustration of their work, Divinium have recently revealed a stunning triple release, with new singles ‘Every Time You Go’, ‘In All The Wrong Places’, and ‘Hold On’ appearing online alongside some intimate and enchanting new videos. Produced by Pete Carman, acting as Wd Studios, the videos were all produced in-house with “the aspiration of achieving an emotive extension to the music by adding a visual perspective”, and they do that perfectly. 

 

Speaking about the new release on their social media pages, the band expressed their sentiments towards the new triple release, particularly lead single ‘Every Time You Go’, stating “Delivered to you as an immersive cinematic soundscape, set amongst trip-hop styled drums and percussion, a laid back piano groove, dub strings with 80’s myth/brass overtones is ‘Every Time You Go’…A melancholy tale of love and yearning”.  

A band that has well and truly go beyond for their audience, Divinium are more than just two talented artists, they’re a cohesive and sonically charged movement that flow between genres, styles, and mediums with ease. While it's only early in their career, the duo have proved their talents and creative vision time and time again, all they need now is for the world to take notice.   

You can stream the new triple release from Divinium above via Spotify, while all twenty-four of their music videos are available now on a very special playlist. For more, make sure you follow Divinium on their social media pages below and check out their full discography on all major platforms.

by Thomas Bedward September 03, 2021

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