Coming from across the pond this week is a new single that offers a refreshing break from the festival ballads February has ushered in. UK dubstep quartet Modestep teamed up with Russia’s Teddy Killerz on the downtempo drum-laced “Inside My Head.” Combining a deep bass, a penetrating vocal hook and rhymes from grime artist Ghetts, the moody track throws electric guitar and instrumentals in with dark and gloomy breakdowns. The track has been released in advance of the group’s debut album, Evolution Theory, and is available for a free download here.
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