Petit Biscuit teams up with Bipolar Sunshine & Cautious Clay for Wake Up vid

Petit Biscuit teams up with Bipolar Sunshine & Cautious Clay for Wake Up vid

Taken from his 2017 debut album Presence, Wake Up is one of many reasons why Petit Biscuit is unmissable at this year's Listen Out Festival.

One of 2017's unexpected highlights came from young French producer Petit Biscuit, who burst into the international spotlight with his debut album Presence. Sporting collaborations with names like Lido, our own Panama and more, Presence gave us some insight into a very bright future not just for Petit Biscuit but for electronic music as a whole, with the steadily rising musician - one of the apparent highlights of Coachella 'i18 - using his debut album to showcase his production dexterity and versatility as the album's hour-long duration explored his sound and his unique, often synth-soaked takes on pop, house, future-beats and more. Wake Up was a guest-heavy highlight of the record, teaming up with DJ Snake collaborator Bipolar Sunshine and Cautious Clay - someone you should be keeping a close eye on in 2018 - for a euphoric, summery anthem that has now been perfectly complemented by its official video clip.

Wake Up's video really strengthens that summery feeling that the single gives off, with the sun-soaked LA surroundings acting as the perfect backdrop to Wake Up's bright vocals and uplifting sound. He's set to tour the country for his debut Australian shows as a part of Listen Out 2018, which is quickly becoming an unmissable set as the French musician continues to soar into the new year. Find the festival's full line-up, more information, and tickets HERE.

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