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While previous projects by the emotional duo Lonely Together stayed darker with their tone, the newly released “Close to You” changes attitudes. This fresh track is defined by a driving rhythm that builds throughout. As such, the vibe stays dreamy and airy. The instrumental exists between a beachy sort of drum and classic EDM. Vocals come in to fill out the pop track with an R&B vibe. The result is a smooth track that’s easy to put on the Bluetooth speaker and to study to. It’s meant to go anywhere in a playlist, either starting out a journey, keeping it moving, or bringing it to rest.

Lonely Together: “I’m just tryna get close to you, crack a bottle take a shot, and do the most with you.”

Starting the fall off with a phantom of summer, Lonely Together’s “Close to You” hits an interesting mood. Low key enough to perfectly transition into October, and even November playlists, this is a versatile bop to share around. With a history of clean cloud sounds, Lonely Together has already proved themselves with thoughtful EDM. “Energy” is an example of such a song featuring an excellently produced video. Over the years they’ve kept up with the developing world of sound. Now they’re knocking us out by updating modern landscapes. Their more laidback and vulnerable take on the dance genre is sure to turn heads.

Lonely Together Changes Moods In “Close to You”

Aesthetically, Lonely Together knows their lane. The graphic for “Close to You” is reminiscent of late vapor-wave 3D renders from around 2015, featuring perfect and minimal figures. Waves loop luxuriously, making for an excellent loop. It helps define the relaxing, easy vibe on the track. Make sure to discover more of the band for yourself via their Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Also, you can stream “Close to You” on nearly every platform here.

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