If you’re not familiar about the British-born artist you should check out the Flybear report. The piece covers his latest hit single “Hollowed,” and his cover version of Wilhelm Scream. Learn about the background of the track, the background of the musician, and more. It’s time to get ready for the latest in electronic music when you read this piece. We’ll also talk about the latest music videos and his EP “Night Hike’.
You can’t help but notice the budding Parisian artist, Flybear that is currently on the rising. With his breakout single “Lies,” this 20-year veteran has created a name in the electronic music scene. Like Flume or Mura Masa’s new track, called ‘Night Hike’ is strained but beautiful and an amalgamation of several sources. If you’re not familiar with his work but don’t be concerned! Here’s a quick review to give you an insider’s perspective.
“Hollowed”, his new single, is now out.
The music that is collage-like in Flybear’s latest single, ‘Hollowed,’ is a perfect start to discover this emerging artist’s distinctive sound. The background in music theory creates a unique sound. Songs that he has created blend electronic elements with self-recorded and recorded samples to produce an ambient, breezy feel. Flybear is set to release his debut EP, so watch out for updates!
Hollowed, a track that runs 3:30 minutes long, is the latest song by Flybear. It’s part of the producer’s debut EP, Night Hike, due later in the year. JioSaavn provides Hollowed for download at no cost. You can listen to the rest of his tracks on JioSaavn If you like the track! This song is a must-listen! Take a look at the EP!
He re-imagined his cover for “The Wilhelm Scream”
The sound of James Blake’s famous tune “The Wilhelm Scream” has been something we’ve wanted to hear, but it’s easy for us to forget how great the original song is. The cover by Flybear of “The Wilhelm Scream” is a great instance of a superb cover. Starting with a soft R&B sound, Flybear rapidly transforms to an infectious beat loop. Heavy bass and the percussive sounds make this track extremely addictive.