French producer group Slow Hours are back with a stunning new track. The six-person collective surfaced with a vibrant remix of Petit Biscuit’s “Sunset Lover” that was equal parts festival banger and cinematic experience. They quickly followed it up with an insane remix of “Lone” by What So Not that cemented their driving, future-bass inspired sound in the minds of thousands of fans. Both tracks became massively popular and we’ve been waiting for more from the group. Today that wait is over with the release of Slow Hours’ debut original “Endless”.
“Endless” is combined effort of producers Astre, Khamsin, Kidswaste, Kultur, Lain, and Rusty Hook coming together as Slow Hours to create a track that is as hype as it is sublime. Piano, guitar, and strings set an orchestral tone at the beginning of the track that smoothly builds into a pounding drop. The synths have a raw, powerful feel to them that fills your headphones but isn’t abrasive. After each drop the track returns to its orchestral start, ending with a flourish of beautiful piano work to ease the listener into silence. Enjoy!