Carl Fox takes a break from making others sound good, drops new single Watch Me Play

Carl Fox takes a break from making others sound good, drops new single Watch Me Play

The Sydney-via-Perth producer unveils a dreamy new summer soundtrack.

Sydney-via-Perth producer has unveiled his first solo single in a very long while with Watch Me Play, a dreamy-as-hell slice of electro-pop serving as a telling reminder of his not only his production nous, but soothing, soaring vocals. Over the past few years Fox has been working hard behind the scenes producing for exciting young artists like Mosquito Coast and Moody Beach, along with Porsches as a partnership with Jesse Sewell on their breakout single, Horses. Now taking a little time to focus on his own music, Watch Me Play is an exciting first step for 2018, and we're looking forward to hearing whatever else he's been working on in recent months.

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