Premiere: FØRD continues to impress on luscious new single, Oblivion feat. Rya Park

Premiere: FØRD continues to impress on luscious new single, Oblivion feat. Rya Park

And you get the feeling he's just getting warmed up.

After scoring plaudits from all over the globe with last single The Pier featuring the vocals of regular Pile-fave Woodes, 18-years-young producer and multi-instrumentalist FØRD has backed up that hype in spades on new single, Oblivion featuring Rya Park. The quality of the production on display here can't be ignored, with a sonic pallette that sits somewhere in the middle o artists like the oft-compared Flume, Mura Masa, and Perth's Elk Road. It's very much in line with sounds of modern electronic-pop, but doesn't have the same empty feel that a lot of imitators are peddling to the charts.

Aided along by the the stellar vocals from Rya Park, FØRD's already immense production talent is on full display here, and is exactly why people are saying this kid's going places. Listen below and find out yourself:

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