Willaris. K unveils thunderous new two-tracker, Natural Selection/Cobaki Sky (Prequel)

Willaris. K unveils thunderous new two-tracker, Natural Selection/Cobaki Sky (Prequel)

Coming to destroy a festival stage near you this summer.

Outside of RÜFÜS DÜ SOL and Hayden James, it's probably fair to say there's not a more hype electronic artist in Australia at this current moment in the space time continuum than Jack McAllister, AKA Willaris. K. Alongside the release of his debut EP Alchemy earlier this year, the Northern NSW-based artist has played festivals like Coachella, Watergate Berlin, Splendour In The Grass and Spilt Milk, not to mention his own sold out national headline tour just a couple of months back.

And just like the oft-relentless music he makes, McAllister clearly has no intention of slowing down with some huge sets incoming at Beyond The Valley and Lost Paradise over New Year's. And now you'll have some new music to bang your head to in the form of today's new two-track release, Natural Selection/Cobaki Sky (Prequel). The first is an ethereal slice of thumping electronica that hits hard, and before today's release has already become a festival favourite around the globe. The second track serves as the perfect chaser, something to wind down after Natural Selection's intense eight minute journey.

TL;DR: It's the goods, and make sure you catch one of his live sets over summer if you can, they're simply not to be missed.

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