Feed Me has launched the second single from his upcoming High Street Creeps LP, “Sleepless,” a hard-hitting progressive runner that contrasts his earlier, comforting “Feel Love” observe. The music begins with a haunting arp that dives right into a punching kick sample and dissident vocals. Robotic vocals shortly strike whereas being supported by an arp effervescent with anticipation. The drop comes laborious and quick, oozing with laborious vitality and monstrous bass. The stark distinction between the primary and second single off the album is a telltale signal to anticipate a flexible challenge from the gifted, veteran producer.
This is a particular challenge for Jon Gooch as a result of it’s been six years since his final long-play effort, Calamari Tuesday. In 2019, Feed Me will probably be releasing a brand new album with dwell dates that includes his notorious TEETH stage. In 2017, he launched his Feed Me’s Existensial Crisis EP off mau5trap which culminated with a wild collaboration with Kill The Noise and Anjulie, “Crazy Maybe.”
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