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how to transform anger, depression, and negative relationship experiences into an empowering piece of music: Pure Chlorine proves that talent with her upcoming EP „sorry that I smashed your ego“. The EP is Pure Chlorine’s reckoning with toxic relationships and fake friends. More intense than ever before, the complete work of the four songs lets you dive into Pure Chlorine’s innermost world. The artist transforms all negative experiences with a punk-pop attitude and a driving soundscape into an empowering statement. The characteristically hard’n’heavy soundscape features EDM beats and analog instruments alongside guitars.
This kind of open vulnerability shows the strength with which Pure Chlorine’s smoky voice sums up the emotional world of an entire generation: „sorry that I smashed your ego, but I’m sick of it.“