High-octane dance music has its place, but sometimes you just want to close your eyes and groove. Kentucky native, Amtrac continues his pattern of producing absolutely stellar top-down Sunday drive tunes with his latest offering, “Alone.” The track is soothing from start to finish with an enticing lead, melodious drum patterns, and angelic vocals reminiscent of songstress Ellie Goulding. “Alone” is set for release via LessThan3 recordings.
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