Today Jason Balla (Dehd) has shared “Eyes for Berlin”, a distinct departure that’s equal parts shimmering synths paired with Balla’s deep vocal projection. Balla’s solo project Accessory features an exercise in bedroom recording, and the track emerges as a creative offshoot while Dehd completes studio sessions for their new record which will see release in 2020. A product of those sessions was “Letter”, Dehd’s first new music since 2019’s Water, whose video counterpart can be watched below. Dehd will be touring across North America in the spring, with a stop at SXSW and a string of dates supporting Vundabar.

Jason has this to say about the track:

"It's about finding new eyes. Seeing the old and everyday that has become the background of my life with a fresh sense of wonder. Years ago, I went to Berlin, crashed on a friend's floor and walked and walked. Even through the cold faced grey of Berlin winter, the city felt so full of life and it all felt so new to me. There are moments where I have these eyes again in the most surprising of places: an old neighborhood I used to live in, a friend's face, the sunset through the McDonald's golden arches out my bedroom window. And they all remind me that the world can be beautiful and good."

Accessory will play a hometown show at The Empty Bottle this Thursday featuring members of Bunny, Ohmme, Twin Peaks & more.

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