Following last year’s debut single release, artist/producer Blonde Maze is back in the game with her new single “Thunder.” Under her pseudonym, Amanda Steckler channels wispy vocals, ethereal marimba tracks, ambient synths, and pulsing beats into her brand of indie electropop, drawing comparisons to stirring songstresses Låpsley, Maggie Rogers, and The Japanese House. “Thunder” speaks on how time plays a part in the change and evolution of an emotional connection within a relationship. As Steckler puts it, “Sometimes, with a relationship’s maturity, you lose your patience more, you let your guard down, and you get hurt, but the beauty of this maturity is that there becomes no one else in the world you are as comfortable growing with.” Get a feel for the track below, and stay tuned for a flurry of new singles, as well as an EP release for Blonde Maze in the next year.