Been jumping a bunch of hurdles recently and this original song just had so much meaning to our current life so this remix is very special. This isn't a banger like you might be used to from us, but hope you can appreciate our different approach. Thx to Adventure Club for sending over stems and being a constant inspiration and also thanks to Fransis Derelle for working on this with us.
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Ben (@Crystalizemusic), Antuane (@FransisDerelle) and I have become really good friends during this past year. Music brought us together and it's crazy how sharing only one passion can build such a strong friendship.
We had the idea to do a 3-way collaboration for a while but never ended up doing it. For the new year, we felt that it had to be done and so this track is what we created, a blend of all our styles with the musicality of the original NGHTMRE and Boombox Cartel tune (shoutout Tyler, Jorge x Americo for an unreal track).
All three of us want to thank you for an incredible year -- we've played huge shows, gained support from our idols, created the best music of our careers and it's all because of you. THANK YOU AND HAPPY 2016.
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It’s been a big month for TWO OWLS, formerly known as Nightowls, as they underwent a rebranding and simultaneously dropped an official remix of Mt. Eden “Sierra Leone” via Ultra Records. Not wasting any time, the LA duo is back on May 15th with their first original under the Two Owls moniker, with collaborative efforts from Fransis Derelle featuring Parker Polhill in “Over”.
Instantaneously, one’s captivated by the congruous vocals of Polhill paired shimmeringly with textured melodies and futuristic arpeggios. As quickly as one was enchanted by the warmth of Polhill, TWO OWLS and Derelle unsympathetically counter-blows with plucked synths and sub-wrecking basslines.
This is just the beginning for the two and we’re excited to see where Two Owls will come up with next.
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