Petit Biscuit Returns With Two New Beautiful Melodic Tracks "Suffer" & "Safe"

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One of the most beloved TSIS favorites is back with two brand new songs. Petit Biscuit blew us away last year with his debut album, Presence, and we’ve been waiting patiently for him to hop back in the studio. Today, the French producer has dropped off his first new release in almost a year. The new tracks are called “Suffer” (feat. SKOTT) and “Safe,” and they’re two brilliant pieces of work.

After such an amazing album, expectations for the young, prodigious producer are now understandably high, but he reaches those expectations with ease. These two new tracks show how incredible his ear is for beautiful melodies. Both really tug at your heartstrings. They also show off some refreshing sound design that clearly sets Petit aside from the rest of the pack. SKOTT is a rising artist we've had our eyes on and proves to be a perfect match with Petit Biscuit on this incredible collab.

At just 18 years old, there’s no telling how amazing Petit Biscuit will get, but we’ll be following him every step of the way. Check out the two new tracks in this YouTube video below, and enjoy!

Petit Biscuit - "Suffer" (feat. SKOTT) & "Safe"

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