Production duo TWO LANES just released their latest single, "Common Ground" featuring vocals from Keiynan Lonsdale. The brotherly duo has been fairly busy lately in terms of new music, and it's paying off as they are solidifying a unique sound.
"Common Ground" comes after the duo's latest, mid-tempo single "Back Down" featuring Kwesi, and makes up for a darker house vibe. The energy immediately starts building up as piano chords and soft atmospheres are introduced under Keiynan Lonsdale's smooth vocal work. The drop is dominated by an impactful synth melody, gritty basslines and vocal samples, making up for a classy and mature single.
"For the song, it was decided to go for an ethereal, euphoric vibe," the two brothers said in a joint statement on the topic of "Common Ground." "After recording the vocals melodic elements were added, mainly recorded with analog synthesizers, which blend beautifully with Keiynan’s vocals. Listening back I think I speak for everyone when I say I can still feel the creative energy we wrote the song in."
TWO LANES kicked off their project at the start of 2018. Combining their chemistry, similar musical backgrounds and classical training into classy productions, the duo had an impressive year, garnering millions of plays across streaming plastforms. "Common Ground" marks their third single for 2019, taken off their upcoming EP.
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