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Get your sun-kissed psychedelic fix, with Sands’ latest single, ‘Burning Man’

London-based singer-songwriter, Sands, has released a pscyh fueled single ‘Burning Man’ taken form his double A-side ‘Tomorrow’s Gone / Burning Man’ set for release next week on the 30th of November via Spaghetti Sounds. The whole record is composed, produced and performed by himself as the listener is invited into his psyche in this psychedelic release. 

A multi-genre and instrumentalist at heart, Andrew Sands (Sands) firs started his journey into music by use of a drum kit. Soon after he picked up a guitar which later became his main songwriting tool. Not limited to a single instrument, Sands quickly progressed to add synth and keyboard to his range of talents which also includes sound engineering. 


Over the years Sands has worked with producer, engineer and mixer Brett Shaw (Florence and the Machine, Foals, Daughter); Jonas Verwijnen, who did indispensable mixing work for Moon Duo; and Martin Glover aka Youth, famed for his collaborations with Killing Joke, The Verve, Paul McCartney, The Cult, The Orb, Echo And The Bunnymen, Primal Scream and many others.


Before we even get into the track itself, can we take a moment to appreciate the stunning artwork? Old-school and blissful as it draws your eye to the center, pulling you in to the music this treasure chest holds. 

‘Burning Man’ is a casual sun-soaked psychedelic track that aims to transport you across deserts and fly high above the mountains. One can’t help but conjure up the image of communal villages at the iconic Burning Man festival, no doubt a source of inspiration for this track. Sands’ incorporates film samples, swooping synths and magnetic guitar chords to capture a moment we all consistently strive for; freedom. As you sway along to the hypnotic rhythm in this psych track, you feel oddly connected to the world; at peace.


On the double A-side single, Sands comments, “‘Burning Man’ is something I had for quite some time, basically I was just waiting for the right moment to put it out, and this seemed a good match.”

Sands have truly outdone himself with ‘Burning Man’ and one can’t help but sit in anticipation for the 30th November when the full record will be released. In the meantime, sit back and enjoy the kaleidoscopic soundscapes created by Sands, by listening to ‘Burning Man’ below:



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[INTERVIEW] Cape Town based Maya-Rose on her melancholic debut single, ‘Perpetual Dissatisfaction’

Dark-folk musician, Maya-Rose, is a South African born and bred singer-songwriter who recently released her sombre debut track, ‘Perpetual Dissatisfaction’ via Kudukudu Records. Hailing from the small coastal town of Knysna, Maya-Rose has been making music since a very young age. Trying her hand at multiple instruments like clarinet, piano and the acoustic guitar, she has been performing live for a while, but only recently officially released a single for the world to enjoy. 

‘Perpetual Dissatisfaction’, the debut track from Maya-Rose, is a tender folk-song played gently on an acoustic guitar. The whole track tackles the so-called ‘grind’ many people find themselves in; constantly working only to make their boss richer. Constantly putting in the effort for others without seeing any reward for yourself. Yet, this is the society we find ourselves in, and this is the norm we have come to accept. As the lyrics state “this system doesn’t work for us”. ‘Perpetual Dissatisfaction’ sees Maya-Rose bare her soul in a vulnerable take on the psyche of a 21st-century millennial trying to make ends meet, yet still being told she’s not doing enough.

We had a chat with Maya-Rose and spoke about her single ‘Perpetual Dissatisfaction’, the misconceptions of folk music and how you should never underestimate the impact of kindness



Set the tone for us. How would you describe your sound?

I’d say that for the most part, my music is considered ‘folk’, but there is definitely a darker edge in there that your traditional folk won’t have. I often will describe it as ‘dark-folk’ so that people coming to watch my shows can expect a specific mood, one that’s raw, honest and stripped-down.

You recently released ‘Perpetual Dissatisfaction’. What can you tell us about the creative process behind this song?

Firstly, it’s the first professionally recorded track that I’ve released, which is a big deal for me, so it’ll always mean a lot to me in that sense. I’ve been playing live and making music for many years, but ‘Perpetual Dissatisfaction’ is the first time I’ve shared something in such a concrete way with the online world. 

The track itself was written when I was working six days a week scooping ice cream at a dessert cafe. And on top of that I was also working part-time as a freelance editor and a babysitter. I had to travel many kilometres on the train (and if you live where I live, you’ll know that that means 60% of the time the train will stop in the middle of nowhere, there is always a risk of it being set alight, it might not even show up etc.) and stand for 9 hours a day. I became very tired and angry with the capitalist patriarchal system in general. I honestly felt like I was just sleeping, eating and working, and I would do so until my death. (Super light stuff, huh?) 

What do you want people to know about this release?

I’m not sure what I want people to ‘know’. Maybe I answered that accidentally in the previous question! Perhaps what I want is for people to know, with this release, is that they’re not alone. Life’s pretty difficult, but it can be shared and there are moments of clarity and peace. 

What would you say is the biggest misconception people have over your genre?

That it’s only cheesy love songs and ‘light’ content. Firstly, nothing wrong with that (you do you, babe!). Although a lot of music in the mainstream folk genre IS like that, I think people need to be made aware of the awesome psychedelic and dark folk that’s available out there. People that come to mind are DOPE LEMON, The Holy Drug Couple, Big Thief… There’s a whole world of fantastic alternative folk music waiting for you.

The music industry is known for having its fair share of troubles. If there is one thing you would change about it, what would it be?

For the most part, I wish that the music industry wasn’t so saturated with (and by) white, cis, heterosexual men. There are so many events and festivals that are trying their best to change this, but for the most part, everything remains the same. I live in a country where the majority of citizens are persons of colour, yet all the music line-ups at large events are usually exclusively white men. Something needs to change. 

If you could ask your fans a question, what would it be?

I would probably ask a really practical question, like… “How much are you willing to pay for a show?” or “What kind of online content shared by a musician makes you feel engaged and excited?” Not very ‘deep’, but I honestly just want to learn how to connect with my fans more, in a way that benefits both of us. 

Take us through your songwriting process. Are there any particular steps you take when putting music together?

I usually write music when I have a great deal of time just to be by myself, so I don’t have to feel pressured or rushed. Most times I will start by playing my guitar, experimenting with chord progressions and sounds. When I’ve found something that I really love the energy and sound of, I’ll start humming and mumbling along, making up words as I go, so that I can hear how I want the melody and rhythm of the song to be. BUT sometimes it doesn’t happen like that. Sometimes I will be in such a hurricane of emotions, (whether it’s happy, angry, sad…) that I will just pretty much sit down and vomit it out in the form of music. Those times usually produce really special results as they are so firmly rooted in a moment of extreme feeling.  

What songs are currently on your heavy rotation?

I’ve been listening to a lot of woman-fronted bands at the moment! Especially those that have a super crunchy guitar feel, but honey-sweet vocals. It gets me pumped and inspired to be a woman in music.

Big Thief – ‘Shark Smile’
Cherry Glazerr – ‘Daddi’
Hop Along – ‘How Simple’
Soccer Mommy – ‘Cool’
Lala Lala – ‘Exorcism’

What gets your creative juices flowing?

Watching amazing live music. I am lucky enough that I have been able to see so many local underground artists in the South African scene live, and their tenacity and creativity get me so excited to make my own art. Watching my favourite films also gets the ol’ juices flowin’. I like having beautiful and complicated images saturating my head, it makes writing music such a rich experience. 


What do you personally consider to be the incisive moments in your artistic career?

Most of the moments I can think of include the kindness and support of others. My kind dad gifting me an electric guitar for my 14th birthday (albeit a thrift-store no-name plastic strat-look-alike), that I knew he didn’t have the money for. The moment I was given my own acoustic steel-string guitar, by a very kind, older musician, for my 16th birthday, who I still play music with to this day. A kind ex-boyfriend who helped me with my first ever bedroom recordings, as well as with putting my music online. A wonderfully kind owner of a Cape Town bar encouraging me to come back to every open mic night hosted there and eventually giving me my very own slot at the venue. A friend offering to record my whole debut album, out of pure kindness. My current partner, playing music with me for hours on end, every single week, showing me guitar techniques, encouraging me, kindly, every day. I feel so overwhelmed by the absolute kindness I have experienced – there are so many stories like these. 

What is the most memorable response you have had to your music?

Mostly tears. It moves me that complete strangers, who I have never seen before in my life, can be reduced to tears by my music. It surprises me every time and usually ends in a wonderfully tender hug and them thanking me profusely and me thanking them profusely and them thanking me profusely and so forth. That’s really special to me.  

If you had to choose between never playing live again, or never being able to release music again… Which would you go for, and why?

I find this such a difficult question! But if I really had to, I would choose the latter, because I absolutely love sharing my music in a live setting. To be honest, I think in some ways my music sounds way better heard live! Part of the whole experience is the emotional delivery of the track, connecting with real live human beings who have thoughts and feelings. It’s hard to get that down in a recording. 

Breakdown the news for us: what can we expect from you in the near future?

I have a new single coming out later this month! And another in December. And then hopefully a full album release in February 2019. My Facebook page usually has all the deets. I’m also collaborating with a close friend and talented artist on an animated music video for one of the singles. Won’t tell you which one though. It’ll be a surprise. And hopefully a couple of fun gigs lined up! 

Famous last words?

What’s for dinner?

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Norwegian artist Hilma Nikolaisen prepares sophomore album release, shares indie-blues influenced single “Light Shines”

Ahead of the release of her second album Mjusic (out on 30 November via Fysisk Format), Norwegian musician Hilma Nikolaisen shares the new single “Light Shines” with Clash, who called it, “a bluesy salute to The Light.”

Nikolaisen was previously known as being the bass player in her brother Emil‘s band Serena Maneesh, where she not only contributed significantly to the expression of Emil’s musical vision, but her valkyric stage presence also made her an iconic part of the band’s visual identity. Her debut album Puzzler was released in late 2016 to critical acclaim and was nominated for a Norwegian Grammy (Spellemannpris). She’s back with her second solo album Mjusic, which builds upon her debut, but utterly refined and with more attitude and immediacy.

“Light Shines” is simply an ode to The Light. This recording contains a bunch of family members. Brother Ivar and Sister Anna sing, and brother Emil joins in on drums. “Light Shines” was mixed by the great Mattias Glavå in Gothenburg.

Stream “Light Shines” by Hilma Nikolaisen below
 

Mjusic is Hilma Nikolaisen’s follow-up to her warmly received debut Puzzler (2016). It takes its title from a childhood punk band she started together with her brother Ivar in 1987, at the tender age of five. This time Ivar Nikolaisen (Kvelertak) appears on several of her songs, along with other siblings, and so the mjusic continues. While Puzzlerwas years in the making, with songs written over a longer stretch of time, Mjusic was conceived in a more spontaneous way. This time Nikolaisen has acted more freely on her intuition and imagination throughout the process.

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In Review: We take a look at the ‘Inner Dynamics’ of Theodore’s new album

Multi-instrumentalist and composer Theodore, has just recently brought out his full-length album, ‘Inner Dynamics’, via Greek label United We Fly. The LP is a cinematic rock triumph and was recorded in only forty-five days; hopping from style to style in every track, the multi-talented musician experiments, entertains and entrances.

The first track on ‘Inner Dynamics’ immediately showcases Theodore’s versatility; simultaneously providing the listener with the rebellious pulse of a rock track, while maintaining a pensive, cinematic sound using vocal layers and symphonic guitar melodies, all the while spreading reverb over every instrument. The second track, ‘Disorientation’, is most definitely a highlight on the album; the track is ballad-like, but feels too ominous to be labelled as such, and, on top of this, certainly lives up to its name, ‘Disorientation’. Vocal samples of whispers swell and fade throughout the piece, almost driving one to madness.

‘For a While’ takes a step back from the eerie and instead provides us with a more ambient, plaintive piece. Theodore creates a ‘twinkling’ in this track that pushes all the elements along, until they grow into a slowly and carefully drummed pace, preparing us for the subsequent track, ‘Alcyone’. The word is derived from ancient greek mythology, and the piece of music itself provides the listener with a glittering, thoughtful interlude, an instrumental piece that helps guide us through the maze built by Theodore’s sounds.

Track five, ‘Naive’, begins with a sound palette not unlike that used in the post-rock genre, with spacey synth and muted electric guitar; more cinematic and deliberate, there is a hint of anger or dissatisfaction in ‘Naive’ that provokes the listener, asking for a visceral reaction. Theodore then cleverly gives us a track that brings down the energy, ‘Floating’, which (as with ‘Disorientation’, and ‘Fluttering’) is true in sound to its name. The drum beat on this track is one that seems to purposefully trip over itself, adding to the dreamy effect that the ‘floating’ synth solos create, as well as the overall experimental mood of the piece.

The next track, ‘Not For You’, is also expertly placed, as it deliberately goes against the experimental ideology present in ‘Floating’. Instead, ‘Not For You’ is a stripped-back, straightforward ballad, showcasing Theodore’s exquisite piano skills and wistful vocal melodies. ‘Spit Blood Out’ again changes our perspective, a track that shifts effortlessly between dynamics, all held together by energetic guitar and drums and an infectious walking bassline. It’s as if as soon as the listener is comfortable, Theodore whisks them away to a whole new world, where nothing is predictable.

‘Inner Dynamics’’ penultimate track, ‘More Than One’, gives us the epic, deliberate and orchestral track we need to lead up to a big finish. The piece collapses into discordance, leaving one feeling helpless, but piqued. We are taken home with ‘Fluttering’, with it’s literally fluttering drum-beat and piano that gently rises and falls, giving us a sense of motion. It feels like the appropriate outro, like the end of a grand piece of symphonic music, to go out, not with a bang, but with a flutter.

Listen to ‘Inner Dynamics’ by Theodore, below:


Theodore’s Upcoming Shows:
15 November: L’astral, M for Montreal, Montreal [CA]
16 November: Patro Vys, M for Montreal [CA]
23 November: Treibsand, Lübeck [DE]
24 November: Hansa48, Kiel [DE]
26 November: Die Nato, Leipzig [DE]
27 November: MTC, Köln [DE]
28 November: Musik und Frieden, Berlin [DE]
29 November: Häkken, Hamburg [DE]
30 November: Kleinkunstbühne, Bremen [DE]
1 December: Ms Loretta, Celle [DE]
6 December: Ekfrasi Theatre, Ioannina [GR]

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LA duo Girlpool deliver latest hazy indie-pop single ‘Where You Sink’ ahead of upcoming LP


Los Angeles duo Girlpool, comprised of Harmony Tividad (she/her) and Cleo Tucker (he/they), have announced their new album, What Chaos Is Imaginary. The album’s lead single, “Hire,” is a great example of the band’s constant evolution and maturation. What Chaos Is Imaginary is available for pre-order now and due out February 1st, 2019 via ANTI- Records.

Never before has a group’s maturation been so transparently attached to the maturation of its members. This is due in large part to the fact that Girlpool came into existence exactly when Girlpool was supposed to come into existence: at the most prolific stage of the digital revolution. Both online and in the flesh, Tividad and Tucker practice radical openness to the point where it may even engender discomfort; this is exactly the point where it becomes clear why theirs’ is such a special project: they accept the possibility of discomfort-Chaos-and show you how to figure out why you might feel it. This is achieved through their ability to empathize as best friends and partners in creation, with the intention of making music that provokes.

Watch the official video for ‘Where You Sink’ by Girlpool below


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Manchester indie quartet The Slow Readers Club share video for ‘On The TV’ from their latest album ‘Build A Tower’


Manchester four-piece The Slow Readers Club have shared the video for their new single, ‘On The TV’, ahead of their sold out headline tour next month which will see the band play the biggest shows of their career so far.

The video blends brooding and atmospheric imagery with a mysterious narrative, cut between shots of the band performing the track in a TV studio. Set against the driving and anthemic track, the video creates an unnerving ambience to match its anxious lyricism.

Watch the official music video for ‘On The TV’ by The Slow Readers Club below

The track is taken from the band’s new album, Build A Tower, which was released in May this year and went straight into the Official UK album chart Top 20 at number 18, 10 in the physical album chart, 4 in the vinyl chart, 4 in the indie album chart and Number 1 in the cassette chart, as well as tracks receiving extensive support from BBC 6 Music and Radio X. In September they released For All Here To Observe, a collection of acoustic reworks including tracks spanning their entire career.

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Gold Fields shine as they release your new favourite new-wave EP, ‘Glow’

Australian new-wave quintet, Gold Fields, returns with a brand new EP, ‘Glow’ released via Haven Sounds on the 9th of November. The EP contains 3 stellar tracks hitting, providing just enough to leave you wanting so much more. 

Forming in Ballarat, Victoria, Melbourne-based five piece Gold Fields consists of talented musicians Mark Robert Fuller, Vinci Andanar, Luke Peldys, Rob Clifton and Ryan D’Sylva who together create the sheer overwhelming force behind the band’s enticing sound. Influenced by an array of eclectic characteristics, Gold Fields personally take inspiration from such acts as Mount Kimbie, Jamie xx, David Bowie, Four Tet and Tame Impala – although their own brand of hypnotic, and enchanting ‘80s or new-wave appeal may render them more similarly closer to artists like The 1975, Glass Animals, M83 or Walk The Moon for their ability to contrast yesteryear elements of the ‘80s into a clear, modernized and dreamlike aura of resonance, creating something entirely of their own precise emotional response. 


The groups first new music in 3 years, the first track on Gold Fields’ ‘Glow’ EP, ‘Solar’, is the standout track by a mile. The opening track sounds big, it demands attention and is a testament to what Gold Fields can achieve.

The title track, ‘Glow’ immediately focuses your attention as a horn demands you to listen to what is about to unfold. The most ‘explosive’ track on the EP, it’s easy to see why Gold Fields decided to name their EP after this track. Swooping synths lift you up as the percussion intensifies and eerie sounds can be heard throughout. A pulsating, driving track, ‘Glow’ is a fine addition to their musical repertoire.
Finally, you get to ‘Waterfall’. Which opens up with a nostalgic and cinematic intro, which calmly transforms into a blissful utopia filled with chimes and bells. As the beat steadies in, you’re treated to an atmospheric delight as ‘Waterfall’ flows across your ears. 

As someone who only just discovered Gold Fields, I was a fan immediately. With a sound that could be described as a blend of UK group Jungle and the Canadian indie-darlings Arcade Fire, Gold Fields will be a welcome addition to any indie lover’s playlist. Gold Fields truly outdid themselves with ‘Glow’ and you cannot allow yourself to not jump on this. 

Listen to ‘Glow’ here: 

On their brand new EP, Gold Fields comments, “This is definitely the record we wanted to make. In a way, it made itself over the space of four years, starting at a beach house in Ocean Grove, into our bedrooms and a studio when we needed it. It was amazing to have Tony Espie (The Avalanches) mixing the record. We started out by just experimenting and we let the sounds and the music take us on a bit of a journey. It’s been a real pleasure to create this and we can’t wait for the people like us out there to hear it.

Glow’ EP Tracklist:
1. Solar
2. Glow
3. Waterfall
*the vinyl includes the instrumentals of each track on the b-side



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Philadelphia-based indie-pop band Free Cake for Every Creature announce European tour including UK dates, stream ‘Around You’


Free Cake for Every Creature is a soft indie-pop band currently based in Philadelphia. Beginning in upstate New York in 2012 as the recording project of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Katie Bennett, the band has since expanded to include a rotating cast of friends and musicians. For the newest collection of songs, The Bluest Star, Katie, long-term band members Francis Lyons and Heeyoon Won, and many friends spent the second half of 2017 slowly recording tracks in various rooms in Katie and Francis’ apartment on a busy street in West Philly. While these songs are a return turn to Katie’s comfortable home-recording beginnings, they also lay the foundation for a growing project based on collaboration, experimentation, and intentional arrangements. With specificity and honesty, Bennett sings about friendship, love present & past, and the painful process of letting people out of her life.

The band released their latest album The Bluest Star on Double Double Whammy Records on the 3rd of August, and are set to tour Europe early next year. (UK dates provided below!)

Stream “Around You”, taken from Free Cake for Every Creature’s latest LP The Bluest Star, below


UK tour dates:
27.01 || London, UK || Sebright Arms
28.01 || Brighton, UK || The Hope & Ruin
29.01 || Oxford, UK || The Library
30.01 || Leeds, UK || Headrow House
31.01 || Glasgow, UK || Broadcast
01.02 || Leicester, UK || Duffy’s Bar
02.02 || Bristol, UK || Rough Trade Bristol


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Belgian indie-pop band Balthazar share opening track and video from upcoming LP, announce European tour dates


Balthazar are pleased to announce their return with news of the forthcoming album Fever that will be released on January, 25th, 2019 via Play It Again Sam [PIAS]. Alongside this news, they have shared the album’s title track and accompanying video.

It’s clear from the opening notes of the album’s first and title track, “Fever” that the five-piece have changed, not least due to their individual musical pursuits over the past few years. Opening with a rolling languid bass riff, “Fever” unfurls into a slinky sunset jam, a swooping string motif adding drama to the funky bustle that fanfares Balthazar into new territory with their fourth album; honest, playful and underpinned with a carefree abandon from two extraordinary songwriters.


Watch the official video for “Fever” by Balthazar below –

Following the band’s self-imposed hiatus, a break that saw frontmen and writing partners Jinte Deprez and Maarten Devoldere pursuing different individual interests from both a personal and creative perspective that has ultimately led the band to fashion their most cohesive album to date. Meanwhile the band will embark on an extensive European tour in 2019.

BALTHAZAR EUROPEAN TOUR DATES:
2/6 – The Fleece, BRISTOL UK
2/7 – Green Door Store, BRIGHTON UK
2/8 – The Deaf Institute, MANCHESTER UK
2/9 – Whelans, DUBLIN IE
2/10– Oran Mor, GLASGOW UK
2/12– Scala, LONDON UK
2/13 – Live Music Hall, KÖLN DE
2/14 – Grunspan, HAMBURG DE
2/15 – Huxleys, BERLIN DE
2/16 – Technikum, MUNICH DE
2/17 – Batschkapp, FRANKFURT DE
2/19 – Flex, VIENNA AT
2/20 – Santeria Social Club, MILAN IT
2/22 -Les Docks, LAUSANNE CH
2/23 – Plaza, ZURICH CH
2/25 – Majestic Music Club, BRATISLAVA SK
2/26– Control Club, BUCHAREST RO
2/28– Lucerna Music Bar, PRAGUE CZ
3/1 – Klub Proxima, WARSAW PL
3/7– AFAS Live, AMSTERDAM NL
3/8 – Lotto Arena, ANTWERP BE
3/24 – Aeronef Club, PARIS FR
3/25 – Casino de Paris, PARIS FR
3/28 – Épicerie Moderne, FEYZIN FR
3/29 – Rockstore, MONTPELIER FR
3/30 – Sala Apolo, BARCELONA ESP
3/31 – Cool Stage, MADRID ES
4/2 – Krakatoa, BORDEAUX FR
4/3 – Stereolux, NANTES FR


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Get ready to dance, as CAEZAR shares colourful lyric video for their catchiest song yet, ‘Somewhere New’

CAEZAR has been releasing some of the catchiest songs this past year, but ‘Somewhere New’ might be the catchiest of them all. They recently shared the song and now there’s finally a lyric video for it as well, and we love every second of it. 

‘Somewhere New’ is taken from their highly anticipated upcoming debut EP, HAIL!, which is set for release on the 30th of November via RG Recordings. Their previous singles ‘Waiting’ and ‘Hold On’ has seen significant support from the likes of radio shows on BBC, publications like CLASH Magazine and aired on television on ITV This Morning just to name a few. 


The lyric video for ‘Somewhere New’ is colourful, easy to follow and ensures that you’ll be singing along to every verse as the addictive chorus rambles through your mind. Simple in its execution, but effective in its impact, CAEZAR’s colourful sound is a perfect fit for this colourful video. If they keep on going on this trend, it’s easy to imagine their music popping up on feel-good playlists the world over.

The band explained that, “Wherever we’ve performed this track, it has always received an amazing reaction from the crowd. It’s turned into bit of an anthem for adventure-seekers and for those wanting to escape the monotony of day-to-day life. The vocals and the melody of the chorus are so uplifting it’s hard not to feel raised-up by it, and with Justin’s production on the beats, the track feels full of life.”

Listen to CAEZAR‘s bright new track below, and allow it to take you ‘Somewhere New’:


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