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PREMIERE: IL-LO – “SHIFTED”

The French electronic duo blends the vocals of Australian vocalist, Fractures, with their unique sound in new release.

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Get ready to be captivated by the emotional melodies of “Shifted,” the latest single from French electronic duo il:lo and Australian vocalist Fractures. Set to hit your playlists on December 9th, this collaboration marks il:lo’s first vocal release and is just the beginning of a string of new works that fans can look forward to in 2023 following this a 2022 global tour. A stunning melodic house track, “Shifted” seamlessly weaves emotion through il:lo’s production and showcases Fractures’ haunting vocals, proving the pairing an imitable combination. This single follows a landmark year for il:lo, with debut releases on Anjunadeep, Bitbird and Future Classic and cult-classic remixes for CloZee, Emancipator and Panama.

After meeting 12 years ago in Prague, Dejan Dejago and Andreas Schütz have spent the last decade cultivating Il:lo’s unique synergy and sound. Their album Sloh has garnered over 10 million Spotify streams, and the duo has recently been added to rotation on Sirius XM Chill and received substantial play on BBC Radio 1. Joining the pair is Fractures, the moniker of Melbournian singer-songwriter Mark Zito, has made a name for himself in the electronic space with his emotive vocals, and has been recruited by top names in melodic dance such as Lane 8, Jerro, and more. Reflecting on the collaboration il:lo adds “When Fractures sent us his lyrics, we wanted to highlight what he was singing about, an emotional instability that ends up being accentuated, shifted. Thus, his voice is accompanied by a rise in instrumental tension to lead to a more heavy and percussive radical change”. Stay tuned for more exciting new music from il:lo as they continue to expand their sonic signature in 2023.

Step into il:lo’s world below…

PREMIERE: IL-LO – “SHIFTED”

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