Premiere: Tentendo - Ride

Premiere: Tentendo - Ride

Watch the Melbourne-based artists infectiously feel good track before its release this Friday.

A while back we were introduced to Melbourne-based artist Tentendo and his sensational grooves. Fast forward five years and his catalogue of dance driven soul-filled tracks are not going unnoticed by any means, his knack for capturing perfect dancefloor tracks combined with a meticulous attention to detail giving him the opportunity to share stages with the likes of FKJ, Pomo and Joe Kay. Inspired heavily by the soulection/RnB movement, Tentendo releases his latest single Ride, a track made in collaboration with fellow Australian artist R.ICO. out this Friday - and premiering today on Pilerats. 

With Tentendo’s trademark shuffled grooved and funky bass-lines providing a solid foundation, Ride radiates an infectiously good feel, sporting slick production - that’s definitely worth a listen in stereo, with smooth low vocals that effortlessly guide you through the tracks two minute and thirty-five second length. 

To accompany the release comes a music video directed by 76M Films. It’s part of a series of visuals imagined by Tentendo himself, this particular one following the narrative of an alien’s journey to find acceptance and understanding through the appropriate medium of dance. 

Before the track's release on April 15th, be sure to take a dive into Tentendo’s Ride below as it premieres today. 

Tentendo's new single Ride is out April 15th via Sidekick Music. 

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