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Super Future Releases Heavy Future Bass Single ‘Prisms’

After releasing some astonishing releases such as “Horizons” and “Make It,” Super Future is back with his newest future bass release called “Prisms.”

Super Future’s newest track perfectly encapsulates Nick’s signature style. Heavy growls mixed with experimental percussion, all beautifully mixed in trap arrangements will give the listener an experience like they have never had before. Live instrumentation like guitar gives the track a new depth as the tone of the song changes seamlessly as ‘Prisms’ develops over 3 decadent minutes.

When asked about the track Nick explained how it was a culmination of many different techniques he has focused on over the last year, “‘Prisms' is the perfect blend of many different styles I have been experimenting with in 2017. It has dark lows and euphoric highs, but the finished package deeply resonates with me as an artist.”

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