Featuring The Chain Gang Of 1974, this is an uncharacteristically soft track from Dillon Francis. As a progressive with a masculine male vocal, it'd be an unconventional but great festival anthem. I can totally see this being the wrap up song of the summer (holy crap, is summer really almost over???). Anyway, I figure the softening of the sound is due to the influence of Sultan and Ned Shepard, who even though they are unlikely collaborators, what has emerged is a incredibly easy to listen to tune. Check it out below.


I helped Stevo co-found edmsauce and I review all artist submissions and our twitter. Both my parents are musicians and are consistently humiliated by the fact that I play piano and guitar with one hand. Originally from North Carolina. Likes: Books. Music. Spiced tea. Japan (I lived there). Austria (I lived there too). Languages. Technology. Engineering. Poetry. Music. Haikyo. Maple leaves. Windy days. Anthropomorphism. Old Sweaters. Campfires. Dislikes: Sitting in chairs. Hoarding. You can check out my favorite tracks and playlists on my Soundcloud.
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