Heya Trixie! So good to hear this new house-inspired electronic pop track from you. The effect is sharp and clear as crystal in its sonics, lyrics, and production. The measured paced track has a powerful message about defeating the 'creeping darkness' with love - I dig that! I'm also into how you layer your vocal lines - the main one is direct and then you have twisty vocal additions in various parts of the song. There's an air of portent with the staccato tempo, from the well-placed hand claps, breaking glass, and deeper buzzing reverb. Overall, a nicely done tune with thought-provoking lyrics.
Whirring synths and clap-laden percussion gives off a gripping intro, the quivering vocals giving off an icy vibe that sounds great in this winter weather. Synth buzzing around 00:40 enters as a nice indicator of the incoming hook - the "oh let the pink flag of love fly" bit enhancing the preceding verses with pulsating synths and a more up-front vocal presence. This is a successfully idiosyncratic vein of synth-pop that meshes elements of accessible pop with originality -- the aesthetic reminds me fondly of Swedish act The Knife, though with a bit more of an effervescent pop shimmer. This is a quality track; I look forward to posting on OS. In regard to help with promotion, feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org for rates and success stories regarding my PR servicing. Would love to lend a hand. Thanks for submitting! -Mike