Last month, Cashmere Cat shared his single with Camila Cabello called "Love Incredible". This month he's back with a new track called "9 (After Coachella)" feat. MØ and SOPHIE. The song starts out with a playful xylophone melody that's taken over by thick bass synths, hard claps and MØ's airy vocals.
Then the track takes a 180-degree spin by going into this abstract, raw click-clacking sequence. The contrast between the drop and the rest of the song couldn't be greater so be sure to embrace it and roll with it. The song has entirely different sections that sound entirely different but so well together as Cashmere Cat and SOPHIE show off their experimental production abilities.
"9 (After Coachella)" seems to end around the 3-minute mark, but then continues on with a beautiful melodic sequence comprised of soft organ keys, orchestral strings and vocoded vocals. Listen to the song below and let us know what you think of the unique release by Cashmere Cat. Enjoy!
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