Kodiak Soul - Farfalla
It’s late afternoon, the sun is just about to set and the city is filled with orange and pink hues from the desert sunset. In the background comes this hazy sound, a set of keys and a guitar hook that is filled with the emotions and feelings of the day.
“Farfalla” by the Charlotte based producer, Kodiak Soul is a song that I immediately fell into upon hearing. Something about the melodies brought me back to the warm afternoons of life in Arizona, but I’m sure these notes could transport you anywhere. It’s a great downtempo gem and one that is meant to be on repeat.
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