Most of us are familiar with ghosting. It is defined as someone cutting off all communication without explanation. It can be painful to be ghosted, especially when you really care about the other person, but it can also be difficult for the one doing the ghosting as well. Sometimes you are so terrified of hurting the person’s feelings, you do not know what else to do. Plasmic’s single “Ghosted You” is a tale of unreciprocated queer love. The spine-chilling tune displays the act of ghosting from all perspectives. With haunting vocals hovering over illuminating beats and bold synths, the offering cuts deep with its pure potency. Passionately singing in the chorus, “I’m sorry that I ghosted you. I’m sorry that I lied. The truth is I’m not into you. I just want to die.” It can be one of the hardest things to admit when you do not have feelings for someone. Is honesty the best policy or is it better to spare them of the pain? Also, is ghosting really taking that ache away or does it just make it worse. This highly relatable piece beautifully explores that concept.
Known for her all pink attire and electrifying live performances, Plasmic is a true force in the synth-pop scene. Her captivating keytar melodies and fierce rhythms make her music so memorable. Her releases touch on depression, heartbreak and abuse and fans are drawn to her raw angst. This latest track possesses that same unfiltered emotion.
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