California-based duo Syence have returned with a new collaborative track alongside Kyan Palmer, “Edge Off.” 

Comprised of two friends who started working together after they first met in a science class, Syence have been working on bringing their cutting-edge sound to the top of global dance music charts. They brought to the table separate backgrounds in EDM production and DJing from before they met, and once they began working together they combined their sounds to create a genre they've dubbed “Bass Pop.”

The duo rose to popularity after their 2017 hit single, “We Won’t Leave You.” It reached Spotify’s Global Viral Charts, and the two launched their Syence Lab radio show shortly after. Influences like RÜFÜS DU SOL, Madeon, and San Holo can be heard throughout their tracks. The duo continue to push the boundaries of their sound, this time bringing in Persian-American rising pop star Kyan Palmer for their single, “Edge Off.” 

Around the same time Syence were rising to fame, Palmer also made huge impressions on the music scene with his debut track, “Burn Mona Lisa.” The single skyrocketed, landing on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart as well.

The three together, using their combined creative prowess, have crafted an infectious pop production. “Edge Off” features a driving beat only enhanced by Palmer's smooth vocals. Their track, having the viral backings between them, is an easy guarantee to hit dance charts and playlists worldwide.

Stream or download "Edge Off" featuring Kyan Palmer, out now on Proximity.

SYENCE Edge Off Album Artwork

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