The Villain - Girl With the Crocodile Tears
When I first heard, “Girl With The Crocodile Tears” by the producer and beat maker, The Villain I was instantly thrown back to why I appreciate downtempo and trip-hop music so much. Perhaps it’s the combination of organic, jazz elements with the stuttering of beats and a laid back atmosphere, but either way I was immediately hooked when I heard this track.
It’s part of his latest album, FREEDOM (which is well worth a listen!). The song has several tasty moments, from the guitar hooks to the hypnotic rhythm, I was completely taken back by how gorgeous of a release this is. Throw this track on when you’re needing to unwind and I can only hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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