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PREMIERE: SEA GLASS – “ELEVATOR CHAT”

The Brooklyn-based producer collaborates with Bonét to create a single laced with escapism.

Sea Glass
Sea Glass

Serving a slice of escapism, Sea Glass drops “Elevator Chat’ featuring Benét. Originally creating Sea Glass after the birth of his first child, Brooklyn-based producer Jake Muscat looks to capture the goings on of everyday life in a reflective light — blending a philosophic style of songwriting with an utterly addictive modern indie production. As the first track to ever feature his own vocals, “Elevator Chat” inhabits an uptempo, cheerful melody underpinned by sombre notes. While the lyrics unpack the melancholic nature of being unable to communicate what’s going on in your head, Benét’s sultry vocals breathe an air of serenity into the dream-pop universe Sea Glass has created.

On the meaning behind “Elevator Chat”, Sea Glass says, “It’s the feeling of wanting to get into something with someone, but having not enough time or patience to fully get there. The addition of Benét’s vocals helped expand on that theme, with their interpretation of not wanting to get into it with someone because your mind’s been made up. Their lyrics, to me, offer the perfect counterpoint to mine, highlighting the other side of a conversation.”

Showcasing his effortless production, Jake Muscat layers ear-worming harmonies to create a sense of depth to an otherwise chilled-out release. To stream “Elevator Chat”, head below now…

PREMIERE: SEA GLASS – “ELEVATOR CHAT”

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