Getting weird and staying weird, Pierce Fulton has returned to the studio for his next homemade offering. On his forthcoming “Where We Were,” the young yet seasoned artist enlists Polina for vocal duties and the singer exceeds expectations in her supporting role. Captivating serenade sets precedent for Fulton’s crisp chords and percussion, cultivating a well-rounded production fitting for big room classification while appealing to an intimate setting. Pierce and Polina’s “Where We Were” is slated to hit Beatport on August 5th courtesy of Cr2 Records.
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