"Let Go" And Immerse Yourself In STéLOUSE's New Track

October 23, 2016 -

Edward T.

I came across StéLouse just after he released his debut song on Soundcloud around two years ago. The tune was an absolutely intoxicating flip of Doja Cat’s “So High” that has captured over a million sets ears to date. Since then, this Denver based producer has come a long way, cultivating his own style with shimmering synth work and euphoric percussion.

The artist explores a new sound in his latest tune, “Let Go,” featuring Andrew Paley. Tremendous vocal chops, striking drums, and epic synths combine to create a cinematic tone in the track. Andrew Paley of the post punk group The Static Age, lends airy vocals to the piece, adding to its massive atmosphere. If you’re looking for an artist who isn’t afraid to do his own thing within the electronic genre, definitely check out StéLouse. And if you’re into the track, be sure to cop the free download here.

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