Vicetone have teamed up with the sibling of a massively famous pop star for their latest release. Unless you've been hiding under a rock, chances are you've heard Charlie Puth's crisp vocals on a song like "See You Again" or "We Don't Talk Anymore." As it turns out, his brother shares some of the same flair.
"Fences" by Vicetone showcases the duo's signature fusion of main stage-friendly synth work while also serving as an effective vehicle for vocalist Matt Wertz. Co-written by Stephen Puth, it exhibits plenty of mass appeal - but will not likely alienate fans of the DJ/producer duo.
Vicetone - whose real names are Ruben den Boer and Victor Pool - debuted in 2012 with the release of "Harmony" via Monstercat. In the years since, singles like "Nevada" and "Something Strange" have served as mile markers of the progression of their signature sound.
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"Fences" featuring Matt Wertz by Vicetone and Stephen Puth is out now via Monstercat. Stream or download it across platforms here.