It's been the summer of Suicide Squad and it's undeniable the action-packed film had one of the sickest soundtracks to accompany it. The music scene's biggest stars from Skrillex, Panic! At the Disco, to Grimes added their artistic contribution to one of the biggest films of the year. One of the standout tracks from the feature film included Twenty One Pilots' "Heathens" which showed off a cryptic vibe. Originating from Houston, producer Prismo has unveiled his own take on the stunning track.
Prismo is one to follow, with each release showcasing a signature style that caters to those seeking chilled out tracks with clean sound design. His recent Distant Minds EP was a thrilling sonic escape. The tracks feature his smooth vocals with a retro meets modern electronic sound. Cinematic and soulful, Prismo's style is timeless and demonstrates a quirky sound to be remembered.
We're excited to premiere his cover of Twenty One Pilots' "Heathens" today. The track begins with a classic but haunting piano that dances over Prismo's emotionally ridden vocals. A full bass is then introduced to immerse listeners into the cover's richness. The track's enigmatic drop is bouncy and formidable with its sporadic nature. With this cover, Prismo further proves the strength in his solid production abilities. By taking on an already established pop song, Prismo shows courage in his cover and demonstrates deep creativity and indelible characteristics in his craft.