Bronze Whale hailing from Austin, Texas have truly been making waves as an upcoming production duo. With several remixes topping the HypeMachine charts, it's an undeniable fact that their work is being well received in the electronic world. The duo have been killing it this year with some loaded remixes including creative takes on Crywolf's "Slow Burn" and Imad Royal's "Down for Whatever". Despite success of their recent remixes, it has certainly been some time since War of Art EP (2015) and some fresh originals. For Bronze Whale fans old and new alike, "Hear Me" is the group's latest original that shows their progress and growth over the course of a year. The group states on Soundcloud, that throughout the year they were "Slowly picking up pieces, ideas, and inspirations from our travels.".
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The product of "Hear Me" results as a solid single which merges adequate amounts of indie-pop in Kenzie May's vocals and spunk in composition. Taking on a light trappy vibe, "Hear Me" is a polished work by the duo. The clicky and playful percussions contribute to May's feathery vocals, wrapping the work in an animated energy. An almost saxophone imitating synth creates for an incredible groove and soul in the work. The track ends in great depth with the juxtaposition of clunks and sultry melodies. Bronze Whale's "Hear Me", creates for both a commercially appealing work but with definite dexterity for creating an indelible and unique sound.