Coleman Hell is back with a huge EP entitled Vena on deck for release early December, and we've just received "Heat of the Night", the third track off the release. Having already dropped videos for "Fortress" and "All of the Monsters", hype has been steadily building for the sideways Studio producer. Rumour on the street is that longtime friends and collaborators La+ch and Dustbuster laid a helping hand on production, so if we can take anything from the past then we know that this EP is going to smash it.
"Heat of the Night" is a nu-disco track at heart, obviously influenced by that 80s pop-synth that still sounds as fresh as ever. It's made for your poolside drink or patio party in the sunshine. Great, smooth vocal work supported by strong production make for a well-received track that we feel might just highlight the EP. That soft kick does wonders, and you can tell Coleman channeled his inner 80s-disco vibes when he was in the studio on the synth pads.
Check out "Heat of the Night" below and enjoy! Coleman Hell's Vena EP is set to drop December 9th, so stay tuned.