Close Your Eyes: The remarkable Uma Nite reminds us that we don’t have much time to shine on ‘Memento Mori’

With her piercingly striking clear blue eyes looking rather deeply into your flickering souls characteristics, Uma Nite darkly scripts us the scary story of how fragile we really are at the end with ‘Memento Mori‘.

Uma Nite is a sensationally resolute and mysteriously alluring Norwegian indie dark-pop singer-songwriter who is now based in thriving London, England. She cleverly makes that moody sprayed music theme soundscape, that isn’t afraid of touching on controversial subjects that others hide quickly away from.

My lyrics are dark and theatrical in nature, bridging the gap between fiction and truth.” – Uma Nite

You feel her reflective gaze so suddenly in your throbbing bones — as she keeps things into perspective on this special song which will make your body shiver — as you realize that you can’t take anything with you when you are gone. The story hits home hard, as you wonder thoughtfully if you are on the right track to fully succeed, or if you need to take a good look at yourself in the mirror right now.

Her voice is simply exceptional, each note is sung with such evident quality that holds you close and doesn’t let go of the tight grip. The lyrics are honest, somber and tell it how it really is. This is a self-aware artist who is only starting to find the peak of her powers within, with so much more to come as she detects her path to true self-enlightenment.

Memento Mori‘ from the purposefully electric dark-pop London-based musician Uma Nite, has our hearts ablaze with emotions, as we are told that we are indeed just flesh and bones, when it comes to the end of our time on this crazy planet. Life is short — so to be too full of yourself or to take all things rather seriously — is actually completely pointless, when your eyes close, for the last time ever. Your gold and dreams disappear into the night after all.

See the excellent music video on YouTube and check out the IG music page for more news from this brilliant artist.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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