Voyager II - Falling
There’s something incredibly unique and otherworldly about Voyager II’s latest single, “Falling.” The five minute track is a slice of heaven, one that guides the listener on a journey of post rock percussion and ambient swells.
Combining electronica and jazz, Voyager II have created quite the dreamy atmosphere. It’s difficult for me to have a favorite moment from this track as every melody, hook and beat is total perfection. Whether you’re finishing a long work day or about to escape town for a much needed vacation, don’t forget to bring, “Falling” on the journey with you.
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