Clams Casino gives us a tantalising taste of his upcoming album with Blast

Clams Casino gives us a tantalising taste of his upcoming album with Blast

2:17 of pure Clams goodness.

Having worked with some huge names (FKA Twigs, Schoolboy Q, A$AP Ferg, The Weeknd, to name a few) over the last few years, Clams Casino is now beginning to get the true attention and credit that he is due - known primarily as one of music's hottest, and most talented producers. And if new single Blast is anything to go by, Clams' upcoming album 32 Levels (due July 15) might go even further to reinforce the position and reputation of Clams Casino. An atmospheric, bass-heavy psychedelic track, Blast actually finds its visual accompaniment perfectly detailing the song's vibe. Floating through psychedelia, weightless and exposed to the majesty of the unknown, Clams Casino's mastery is on full display here, and should go a considerable way to whetting everyone's appetite for 32 Levels to drop.

And if, somehow, Clams Casino is not yet on your radar, feel free to let Blast firmly put him there:

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