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The Escape Introduces Their Mysterious Single "Psychoactive"

Introducing one amazing South London duo known as The Escape they are exactly what they say on the tin - bringing you into their world and taking you out of yours. Defying the boundaries of stereotypical genres, the two best mates have been making music together for over a decade - weaving poetic lyricism into a fusion of cherry-picked sounds as diverse as Jazz, Hip Hop, RnB, and Rock. Channeling influence from an eclectic range of artists, from Frank Ocean and James Blake to The Weekend, Miguel and Sonder, the duo are ‘kinda just doing their own thing’. Boasting huge jazzy synths, heavy hip hop beats, and choppy hypnotic vocals - you can often find them in their living room studio, cooking up modern-day anthems, spilling their own truths, and amplifying voices hushed in today’s world. Following a string of collaborations with fellow ‘Croydon-er’ Sour Sync, Jay Picasso, and Ray Stylie, their upcoming release ‘Psychoactive’ is on the horizon, marking the start of a darker chapter for the two. Following the release of their newest single "Psychoactive", they project an astounding track that will surely captivate your ears. Starting with dark and mysterious instrumentation leading onto their sweet and luscious vocals they complete the track fully. Explaining the single further it's about us all having that one thing that’s like a drug… that impulsive, magnetic thing that reaches where nothing else can. Maybe it’s a substance or a habit, A loved one or a dirty secret… Either way the feeling hits the same. To the vocals and production, this track will surely set the mood anywhere or any place. But I think it would be just right for a late-night drive or alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Psychoactive" and check out their discography which is filled with amazing tracks.



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