Wave Racer quietly dropped his first new music in a year over the weekend

Wave Racer quietly dropped his first new music in a year over the weekend

The long-quiet Australian production gun produced a cut from LIZ's new two-track, Queen Of Me/Could U Love Me.

Since being one of Australian electronic's most influential forces with his 2015 Flash Drive EP, Wave Racer has (unfortunately) been incredibly quiet. The only peep we heard from him in 2016 was a remix of Flume's Never Be Like You at the start of the year, with the producer similarly only releasing a remix of Tkay Maidza's Carry On in 2017 – despite promising plenty of new music soon. Now he's back, and although it's not a new original or even a new remix, we're still stoked to have Wave Racer's glittery sound back in our ears once again. This time around he's on production duties, returning to his well-loved sound on LIZ's new single Queen Of Me. The track balances Wave Racer's sugary sound with LIZ's pop vocals perfectly, with the 'underground princess of pop' returning to her throne on the lively new track.

The single arrives as one half of a new two-side from LIZ, with the other track Could U Love Me (produced by Hoodboi and ARNOLD) also going down an absolute treat.

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