Los Angeles based electronic producer Lemon Blue (Trevor Coulter) has perfected the art of producing beautiful downtempo electronica. Strategically joining forces with vocalist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Onyay Pheori for their prolific new single “Morning Station,” the track dynamically fuses organic textures with deep, melodic electronic elements and hauntingly angelic vocals. Inspired by the feeling of “lost love,” Lemon Blue sonically recreates the experience of laying in bed several months after a breakup missing your previous lover. To accompany the release of “Morning Station,” Lemon Blue has enlisted the help of four talented producers Matan Caspi, Pole Folder, Griffin Paisley, and Forever & Ever (side project from Treavor Moontribe of Desert Dwellers). “Morning Station” officially drops tomorrow on house and techno emblem Dreaming Awake Records.
“The writing of this song was a journey through the swell of beautiful and melancholic emotions tied to a love lost. What began as a few simple chords played out on a Fender Rhodes quickly called on the support of synth textures and found sound percussion to set the pace for vocalist Onyay to weave her heartfelt story. The song touches into the tender places of the heart, offering release of that which is no longer ours. I am honored to have so many talented producers and musicians offer their interpretations and inspiration to the world that this song has become.”
— Lemon Blue AKA Trevor Coulter