Heim - Jett
If you’re needing a relaxing, peaceful song to accompany you during your next study session, then we’ve got you covered. The Swedish composer Heim (Jonas Andersson) presents his latest track, “Jett” and it’s the perfect amount of ambience and uplifting melodies.
At the core of the song is a delicately plucked melody, one that floats over the surface and gives a soothing vibe. All the meanwhile, there are spacious ambient pads filling the background and creating a cozy and incredibly comfortable atmosphere. It’s a beautiful blend of neo-classical inspired notes mixed with ambient swells that are destined to sweep you off your feet and carry you to a calm and serene place.
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