SACHI get their groove on in new single, Shelter feat. Nïka

SACHI get their groove on in new single, Shelter feat. Nïka

The New Zealand electronic duo are currently rounding up a bunch of dates across Australia, including a slot at Groovin' The Moo.

New Zealand boys SACHI have become one of our favourite electronic acts around at the moment, largely thanks to their anthem-filmed debut Lunch With Bianca EP last year. After linking up with Swindail for his wonky Jussrite single earlier this year, SACHI have officially kicked off a big second half of 2017 ahead with Shelter, a classy new single featuring Nïka. Much like their previous singles in No More and Hold OnShelter is one of those singles that perfectly replicate that golden festival-radio crossover, with Nïka's vocal work soaring above an accessible, blissed-out production that clangs away with a summery, steel-drum-infused sound. In the track's chorus, SACHI really opens things up, keeping things fresh with a groovy bass line that subtly mimics a Kaytranada-esque funk-house breakdown. The single couldn't really come at a better time for the boys, who are currently rounding up their most extensive Australian tour yet including one-off shows at Groovin The Moo and dates supporting Running Touch (full dates below). The question is though - can they excel their performance in 2016, where they went from a low-key local NZ duo to a big electronic outfit with radio-crossover across the Tasman? Judging from Shelter, I'm going to make an early call and say "yes.".

Tour Dates:

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