George Michael | White Light

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Bathed in thrumming luminescence, George Michael returns to the scene with “White Light.”  The track marks Michael’s 30th anniversary in the business, but unlike the carefree “Amazing” of 2004, White Light speaks to the artist’s near death encounter due to pneumonia. Moreover, it alludes to his deceased mother, played by the ubiquitous face of heroin(e) chic, Kate Moss.

But there is a shiny silver lining, albeit it’s amidst ivy drips and some pretty melancholic electronica. Bronzed-half-naked dancers, white doves, and a gracious zebra, delineate the optimistic, urge to make the most of the present.


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