Christopher Willits - Coast
Producer and multi-instrumentalist Christopher Willits shares his single, “Coast” from his upcoming album, Sunset which will be released via Ghostly International on June 14th.
Recognized for his otherworldly soundscapes, Willits has created another stunning, ambient piece that is filled to the brim with various textures and swells. It opens slowly but is filled with spacious pads, each adding a unique layer to an already magnificent track. Willits gave some simple listenings tips for the track and album, one that I can get behind and encourage.
“Begin the music 15 minutes before the sun sets.” After listening to the single, “Coast” it becomes quite clear why this would pair so well with the surrounding nature and environment.
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