sir Was - Deployed (feat. Little Dragon)
What happens when two Gothenburg based artists collaborate? Well you can expect something incredibly dreamy and fantastic, and such is the case with the latest single, “Deployed” by sir Was as he collaborates with Yukimi Nagano of Little Dragon.
His sound is incredibly unique, fresh and original as it’s a smooth blend between soul and electronic. There’s a great laid back vibe floating throughout this track, one that brings the listener in and leaves them wanting more. Underneath the captivating melodies of both Nagano and sir Was is a melancholic tone, one drenched in indie electronica. sir Was doesn’t hold back on experimentation within this track as the song progresses and explores new sounds and grooves.
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