The White Electric - Currents
Summer is quickly approaching and I’ve been searching for those late night, laid back tunes to get lost in. And luckily, I’ve come across “Currents” by The White Electric where a bright and fun melody plays throughout and left me feeling relaxed and ready for days by the beach.
I deeply appreciate the subtle nods to chillwave and retro synths that can be found within the song. Then there’s the dreamy vocal samples that pair ever so perfectly with the laid back vibe of the song. “Currents” is a perfect fit for the warmer days we currently find ourselves in, just throw it on and enjoy some time at the beach or pool and you’ll appreciate the calming atmosphere The White Electric has crafted.
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