First Person - Leaving
It’s your day off, you’ve just woken up and you don’t know where to begin. Do you dive straight into those errands that have piling up all week or do you give yourself some time and just relax, listening to “Leaving” by First Person as you forget every worry that could ever exist.
The percussion is instantly hypnotizing, the organic warmth it gives is incredible and the way it weaves in and out of focus while the bass gives the song rhythm is something I haven’t experienced in awhile. The downtempo, low key atmosphere happening in “Leaving” is deeply appreciated and a well crafted tune by a producer known for crafting unforgettable soundscapes.
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