Synth disco house duo Loframes has been a genre favorite since their infectious debut single a couple years back. Musician James Yuill and producer Franck Russo know precisely how to catch ears with their sleek, chilled, and groovy style. Together these two have been releasing a steady stream of remixes from artists like Eau Claire, Erasure, M83, and Miami Horror. Surprisingly, as the year is winding down, the duo has lined up their first single of 2017 called "Real Life."
Originally written during the early phases of Loframes, the track has managed to evolve with the band over the years. Waves of pulsating synths and textured rhythms give "Real Life" this groovy trance feel. Detached silky vocals top off the lovely production swirling around to complete the overall chic and sophisticated track. Look for this little Loframes gem to be fully released tomorrow via upcoming Parisian label Splinter.