Listen to Louis Futon's new euphoric anthem, Wasted On You

Listen to Louis Futon's new euphoric anthem, Wasted On You

Another killer release through Odesza's Foreign Family Collective.

Already armed with releases such as RÜFÜS' stellar full-length Bloom, Jai Wolf's blissful belter Indian Summer and Big Wild's triumphant Aftergold, Odesza's Foreign Family Collective is very quickly shaping up to become one of electronic's best pot-of-golds, with quality release after quality release since they debuted with Troy Samuela's Monsoonsiren collaboration, Fiend. No different is Louis Futon's most recent single, Wasted On You, which sees the now seasoned beat-smith unleash an onslaught of distorted synth and pulsing percussion over the lush vocal work of American singer-songwriter ROZES. Louis Futon's signature, cleverly done vocal cuts form the backbone of the single's introduction, with ROZES coming in shortly after with an uplifting, shining vocal hook. After a dense synth build up, the single then cuts away to the drop, which sees Futon layer a driving bassline under distorted synth and syncopated percussion. Speaking of the tracks origins, Louis Futon explained; "ROZES and I found out we were both based in Philly, and a couple weeks later we were writing and recording the track in my basement. We instantly connected and came up with Wasted On You.". Listen to the single below.

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