The fan-favorite duo SLANDER (real names Derek Andersen and Scott Land) are back with another collaboration with the vocalist Dylan Matthew. The three were last linked on the track "Hate Being Alone", "First Time" featuring Seven Lions and "Without You" featuring Kayzo.
This track is cinematic and they portrayed that feeling beautifully with the accompanying visuals. The stunning visuals show an astronaut drifting through space. This also happens to be SLANDER's first ever music video. The euphoric melodies and piano chords work great with Matthews melancholic pop vocals. The track opens to a big bass build that keeps the energy from going stale.
The L.A.-based producers have been killing it since their track with NGHTMRE titled "Gud Vibrations" hit the scene. They followed that success by naming their record label after it. You can catch them live at Electric Zoo, Lost Lands, and Lollapalooza.
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