Jaguar Jonze – Rabbit Hole

This weekend, Australia will decide who will represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The field of (ten) nominees is extremely strong this year. It includes Aussie icon Vanessa Amorosi, The Voice winner Diana Rouvas, Australia’s Got Talent winner Jack Vidgen, Carte Blanche Music regular Montaigne, and multi-media artist Jaguar Jonze.

Personally, I’d put my money on the latter. With a catalogue of only three songs, Jonze has already established herself as a unique, incomparable and never predictable talent. One of those three tunes is Kill Me With Your Love, which I liked a lot. The track she hopes will secure her a ticket to the Netherlands is the equally infectious Rabbit Hole. Featuring cinematic string stabs and belting guitars, it sounds like it’s plucked straight out of a Tarantino film.

Speaking on the inspiration behind the new track, the singer explains: “Rabbit Hole is about the chaos of my PTSD episodes, my defences and the quirks I’ve developed over time through unprocessed trauma. Rabbit Hole explores the relationship we have with our vulnerabilities and how it manifests into different coping mechanisms.”

Jaguar Jonze: douze points.

Recommended as well:
Jaguar Jonze – Kill Me With Your Love

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