Either all the talents these days are outstandingly young, or I'm just in denial of how old I really am. At a young 17 years old, Swedish producer Felix Palmqvis has been reeling in great attention in the industry for his pop-infused remixes. But it's not his age which sets him apart from the slew of aspiring producers, it's his tactful approach at pop and future bass fusion. Most recently, he has had added his own twist on XYLØ's "Get Close", sharing a perky and luminescent rendition.
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More recently, the producer has unveiled an original, titled "Fall For You". The track commences with Loé's lust filled vocals and lyrics and gentle percussions. As the energy builds up, Felix Palmqvist penetrates the atmosphere with glowing synths that brighten the essence of the release. A song that unofficially is the anthem for young lovers, the thematic aspects of "Fall For You" have listeners lingering for more carefree summer days.