Enschway teams up with sumthin sumthin for I'll Wait, his best work yet

Enschway teams up with sumthin sumthin for I'll Wait, his best work yet

He's also touring the country very shortly in support of the single.

Enschway has been one of our favourite forces in the Australian electronic scene for a while now, going as far to have him headline our stage at Splendour In The Grass last year (and although I wasn’t there, I heard his set was one of the best). Earlier in the month he announced his live return, linking up with Maker and Sweat It Out for an extensive, Australia-wide tour in support of his new single I’ll Wait – which arrived today. I’ll Wait sees the Australian future-bass prince link up with young up-and-comer sumthin sumthin for his most refined work to date, combining Enschway’s signature synth-drenched break-downs with delicate vocal work and snapping percussion hits. It’s tough to convey emotion in future-bass, as there is only so much waves of synth can display. Yet, with the soaring vocal line and the light, fragile tones that sit underneath the crippling drops, Enschway manages to pull it off perfectly on I’ll Wait. Listen to the single now, his first through his new-found home in Sweat It Out, and also check out his tour dates below (grab your tickets quick though, because after this song picks up some steam – which it will – I feel like they’re not going to hang around for long).

Tour Dates:

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