Odd Mob return with their new single, Into You feat. Starley

Odd Mob return with their new single, Into You feat. Starley

The Brisbane boys veer away from the flat-out bangers in their new, Starley-featuring single.

Odd Mob have been busy lately - that's for sure. Fresh off bootlegs for Destiny's Child, remixes for NGHTMRE and Tommy Trash and their Diverse Universe EP released last year - plus an extensive touring schedule - Odd Mob have still, somehow, got time to keep writing music. Amongst the frenzy of their Australian-wide domination, their latest delivery is Into You, a stripped-back, vocal-spotlighting new piece featuring Starley and it's a damn nice return from the Brisbane duo, with dare I say one of their best pieces of work to date. Still riding off the wave of hype that came with Is It A Banger?, Odd Mob could very easily keep banging out massive house tunes and keep racking in the cash, but they've really nailed it lately with stripped-back, more mellow productions, and Into You is another great example of this. Starley's upbeat, light vocals really shine on Into You, proving a spectacular introduction to the glistening, distorted synth that dominates the house-infused breakdown. Have a listen below to the single, which is sure to go down a treat across the duo's remaining Australian tour dates through to June.

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