Dutch electronic pop duo Klyne have only been putting out music for a year, but they've already staked out a signature sound with a slew of infectious, melodic, and drum-driven singles. The latest one, "Water Flow", follows up in this vein, starting off with just a bongo groove before synth chords and soulful vocals come in.
The song maintains a low-key vibe while exuding a sensuous wanting best characterized by the chorus's grainy falsetto, minor chords on the synths and that prowling, low-growl synthetic bass. At times, the song sound like Jai Paul or slow-motion Rüfus Du Sol, but Klyne's instrumental work on the rest of the track, especially with regard to the drums, helps them stand apart from the alt-pop pack.
Check out Klyne's other early singles on their SoundCloud page and be on the look out for more from this rising Dutch duo in the future.