Listen to Dena Amy's huge debut single, Wait For You

Listen to Dena Amy's huge debut single, Wait For You

Linking up with Benson for a deep and dark debut track.

A definite dark horse in the realm of electronic music, Sydney local Dena Amy has become one of electronic music's go-to vocalists, sporting a feature on RÜFÜS’ immense second album Bloom. After performing at Coachella earlier this year and having just been announced for the one of the upcoming Holy Ship! boat parties, Dena Amy has unleashed Wait For You, a new, Benson-produced single. Dena Amy’s vocals are really put on a pedestal in Wait For You, with her delicately soft vocals soaring over Benson’s deep, thumping production, which picks up similarities with Golden Features’ No One. Speaking of which, whilst guest vocalists on bassier, more trap-orientated records are definitely common, the realm of guest vocalists on Australian house tracks are far less. Whether it’s because it’s harder to blend the characteristics of house music with vocals or just because no one has really gotten to it yet I don’t have a clue, but the combination of Dena Amy’s vocals and Benson’s productions works on so many levels for Wait For You and it’s bloody spectacular to hear.

Wait For You is available on iTunes now. Grab it here.

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