New Music: NASAYA – Orange (feat. Cehryl)

French musician and producer NASAYA cites influences as diverse Jamie xx, Tame Impala, Flume and Supertramp in what is his unique and exciting musical style. He has teamed up with LA based singer-songwriter (and producer, pianist, guitarist)  cehryl (aka Cheryl Chow) on a new track called Orange.

The track is bright and bouncy, with a summery disco feel and layers of sophistication added by Cehryl’s rich and at times sensual vocals.

The tricky rhythm incorporates jazz elements into a very soulful sound which results in a song that is primarily upbeat and fun, but also has enough going on under the surface to keep music aficionados genre-spotting each time they listen to it.

Speaking about Orange, NASAYA said the track is a “shimmery, electronic ode to embracing chaos. The idea was to make something danceable while keeping a dreamy atmosphere with airy, bright textures. The song describes the abandonment of fear at the door of chaos with an optimism and excitement that grows gradually throughout. The lyrics create a trance-like world that flashes with colours and psychedelic geometry”.

Orange is out now, you can find out more about how to stream and download the track here. Additionally, cehryl’s new EP called Wherever It May Be is also out now and can be streamed on Spotify and other digital outlets.

By |February 23rd, 2018|

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