SACHI and E^ST team up for bright new single, Hollywood Angel

SACHI and E^ST team up for bright new single, Hollywood Angel

The trans-Tasman collaboration is a sun-soaked anthem that further establishes SACHI and E^ST as two of the best in their scenes.

It's been a quiet year for our New Zealand pals SACHI in 2018. After crushing it in 2017 with single, after single, after single, they've been taken some much-needed time off in 2018 to have a breather and further explore their sound, something they've just teased with their first release of the year in Hollywood Angel. Featuring rising Australian pop-star E^ST, Hollywood Angel is a bright and captivating return that showcases the production and songwriting skills of SACHI while also cementing the expertise of E^ST's always-impressive vocals, bringing together the best of both worlds in the house-leaning pop anthem that you can just see being slammed over the radio as we dream of the warmer months ahead.

"We are really proud of the vibe and feeling captured in the song," the New Zealand pairing say on the single, which arrives ahead of what's bound to be another big year for both SACHI and E^ST. "[It's about] that feeling of fleeting elation when you’re in the midst of a euphoric moment. We hope with Hollywood Angel, like we hope with all our music, becomes the backdrop to people's best memories." Dive into the track below:

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