To quote the late Leonard Bernstein, "This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before." It is a mistake to think that words can simply sum up what happened in Paris only a few days ago. Our world will be changed forever, but instead of dwelling on the negative, Thundercat and co-producer Mono/Poly have used their talents to create "Paris," a moody, brooding song that will hopefully help people cope with the tragedy. According to the Brainfeeder producer, the track is "a tribute to the people who lost their lives in Paris." At only a minute and 24 seconds, "Paris" manages to fill you with an abundance of emotions and will definitely leave you wanting more. Give this one a few spins and make sure you reach out to these guys on Twitter and thank them for this one.
Thundercat pays tribute to those we have lost on "Paris"
1 year ago by Nick Vukorepa