“Everything Eventually Ends,” But For L’Impératrice & Rejjie Snow, This Isn’t Much Of A Problem

On October 6th, French band L’Impératrice released their latest single with Ireland’s Rejjie Snow. Though the sentiment of the title might seem depressing, the track’s instrumental represents hopefulness amidst the bittersweetness of endings. Beneath Rejjie Snow’s proclamation that “E equals ‘everything eventually ends’/Everyone’s dead,” the French sextet lays down funky bass, ethereal keys, and that ever-present funk guitar sound.

“Everything Eventually Ends” Single Artwork

Somehow, this isn’t even the most notable part of the track. While Snow lays down slick vocals in a casual flow and L’Imperatrice throws in the funkiest nu-disco instrumental this side of the century so far, the sound is impeccable. Everything melds perfectly into a cohesive piece of art. And who was behind the board to mix all of that, you may ask?

Neal Pogue.

“Everything Eventually Ends” was mixed by the same man behind OutKast’s “Elevators,” “Ms. Jackson,” “B.O.B,” and “Hey Ya!” “Everything Eventually Ends” was mixed by the same man behind Tyler, the Creator’s most recent albums (Flower Boy through CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST). “Everything Eventually Ends” was mixed by the same man behind Anderson .Paak’s “Bubblin” and Doja Cat’s “Streets.”

When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object, this track is what results. There is nothing but greatness oozing out of every facet of this track. The sound is impeccable. The instrumental is danceable, cosmic, and ephemeral, and the lyrics paint a vivid portrait of bittersweetness. 

If you value good music, check out “Everything Eventually Ends” below. Trust me. There’s a reason the greats go through Neal Pogue, and L’Impératrice can definitely be considered “the greats.”

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