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Petit Biscuit and Shallou New Single Artwork
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Petit Biscuit and Shallou Release New Single “I Leave Again”

Today, dance music producers Petit Biscuit and Shallou have released their newest collaboration “I Leave Again.” The two music makers are known for creating the most impressive ambient tracks, taking your mind into another world. However, they have both combined their musical talents to give you this new masterpiece. Certainly, we are in love with it.

If you are looking for new music that will have you sulking in your emotions, then “I Leave Again” is perfect for you. Shallou's sullen yet captivating vocals create a sort of sadness and longing for all those who listen to it. Of course, the purpose of the track is to make you feel some form of emotion. It is is about saying goodbye to a broken relationship for the last time. If you carefully listen to the lyrics, it's as if there a constant conflict with the self, constantly looking back at memories. Nevertheless, a decision is later made concrete, knowing that the relationship must come to an unfortunate end.

Petit Biscuit was recently on a 11 month hiatus before releasing this new collaboration, making it his first for 2020. Hopefully “I Leave Again” is just a sneak peek of what is to come in the future. We have certainly missed this music creator's signature sounds and can't wait to listen to more!

Petit Biscuit

Shallou, on the other hand, has certainly been on a new music streak. He recently released his debut album Magical Thinkingwhich contained over 12 new tracks. This included his recent singles “Fading,” “Forget,” and “Older” with Daya. After just a short two months, he's right back to making some new music. We can't wait to see what more is in store from this brilliant producer.


Stay tuned for more new music by these two artists. Check out the new single.


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