Beffect & Matt Tondut - OCEAN LIGHTS
Remember the first time you stood at the beach and breathed in the heavy scent of the salty air? You stood there and in that moment, everything felt perfectly right. Now imagine to have the song, “OCEAN LIGHTS” by Beffect & Matt Tondut playing in the background, it would be heavenly.
The song has a laid back atmosphere, one with lovely guitar hooks and a hypnotic percussion section. Then there’s the bright melody that lightly jumps around and gives the listener a peaceful and inspiring feeling. The imagery created by this track is stunning and is a great song to have by your side as your head into summer.
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