If you're like me, you finally (and begrudgingly) acknowledge the end of summer only after Labor Day, when the Tuesday hangover is so vicious that an IV flowing with Glacier Freeze Gatorade can't even revive you. It's a time when a lot of musicians get dark, producing gloomy ballads as if they had tunnel vision into the winter months. Luckily, Shaun Frank did just the opposite with his jaunty new deep house bop "Bon Appétit."
The track is oozing with bubbly nu-disco and deep house influences like subtle yet warm synths and expertly crafted bass shots in the chorus, which intertwine beautifully with the velvety vocals of YA-LE, who absolutely slayed the top-line. Gliding along at a sanguine 122 BPM, "Bon Appétit" is primed to be a Spotify behemoth that fits perfectly in Shaun Frank's catalog, which features anthems like "Addicted" and his celebrated Oliver Heldens collaboration "Shades of Grey." Get familiar with him at the links below and plug this heater into those late summer playlists.