Panuma, Tokyo Project & EMIAH Drop Infectious Single, Siren

Deep house is known for its groove and addictive spell, and this new single from Panuma, Tokyo Project and EMIAH is solid testimony. Titled ‘Sirens’ as an illusion to the Greek mythical Sirens who would lure sailors with their voices, this song does exactly that.

Clean, sparkling vocals page the way for an infectious hook, which culminates into a drop filled with vocal inflections and an upbeat, tropical house-esque lead synth. The wonderful arrangement of the song carries this synth through for almost a minute, helping the positive vibes exude throughout the song, while the drop’s vocals inspire you to sing along, perfect for any dancefloor.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise after listening to this song that the artists involved are destined for big stage. EMIAH has already performed this past summer along with acts like Lewis Capaldi and CHVRCHES, while Tokyo Project and Panuma are both very talented in this genre, having both been featured on Future House Music in the past. It might fare well for you to keep an eye out for these names in the near future.




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