His upcoming mixtape ‘Quantum Jumping’ is due out in April
Melbourne alt-pop singer Dine has released a new single, ‘IDC’, in the lead up to the arrival of her first mixtape next year.
At just under three minutes, the artist’s new track blends together a percussive beat and emo guitar lines, while she sings about proving her success to those who wronged her. Along with ‘IDC’ is a music video directed by Ribble Hosn, which shows Dine seeing a future version of himself on the cinema screen.
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Watch the clip for ‘IDC’ below:
“IDC” is the second track lifted from Dine’s upcoming debut mixtape, “Quantum Jumping,” due out in April. It follows from the lead single ‘Cemetery Dreams’, a reimagining of an earlier song written by the artist.
Over the past 18 months, Dine has collaborated with a number of high-profile artists, including 100 Gecs’ Dylan Brady for ‘Boys Want txt’, Danny L. Harley for ‘Angel Numbers’ and Bring Me Them for ‘SALT’. Horizons Ollie Sykes is included. ,
talking to Granthshala Earlier this year, Dine discussed how she was still figuring out her voice in the lead-up to the release of “Quantum Jumping.”
“With the next few songs that I’m releasing, I wrote them when I was younger but I’ve taken them with me and really refined them. They’re still in the same world that has come before But I think these next few months are going to define the rest of my career,” she said in September.
“No one else is making music like this. It’s completely new wave and I’ve never heard music like that. Some might say it’s nostalgia, but for me it’s a whole new genre.”