With the December 9th release date of their Somebody to Love mini-album creeping ever closer, Jack Beats have continued to build anticipation for their upcoming EP by unveiling another full length track. While “Somebody to Love” and “Just a Beat” have already been leaked for streaming, “Storm” is the newest track to see the light of day. First aired on Jack Beats’ ‘Progressions’ mix, “Storm” represents an alternative direction from the typically fidget house-oriented duo. Wrapped in humming reverb and riding on a smooth bassline, “Storm” is a deep, vocal-centric production, emphasizing the lyrics of English singer Kid Harpoon. This is the chillest production we’ve seen from the London duo yet, and it’s nice to see Beni and Niall experimenting with something new.
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