PCM - Ma
You wake up from a warm, cozy nap with the calm summer air surrounding you. As your eyes and ears begin to focus, you hear the spacious and comforting sounds coming from PCM’s latest song, “Ma.”
Everything about this song is incredibly lush and very relaxing. The way the synths slowly build up and fade into one another is stunning. When each note and melody is combined and enjoyed from the comfort your own space, it’s a therapeutic experience of sorts.
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