Pat Lok Delivers Irresistible Grooves With “Salvation” Ahead Of Upcoming EP

Since his widely-celebrated 2017 debut, Pat Lok has been synthesizing the sounds of the future. A frequent flyer on Spotify’s expansive directory of editorial playlists, including multiple New Music Fridays and Mint placements, Pat has streamlined a signature sound that resonates with the everyday music consumer and veteran music critics alike.

Since launching “Freefall” a month ago, multi-talented singer and producer Pat Lok is proud to be unveiling “Salvation,” the latest single from his forthcoming Gone is Yesterday’s EP on the world-renowned Kitsune Musique label and fashion brand. Channeling the intoxicating rhythm and groove that has been associated with his previous works, Pat Lok has consistently proven that he is very much his own style. The LA-based producer’s trademark mix of R&B, funk, and disco house was on frightening display, Pat Lok boasts the versatility and skill that means an artist at his innovative peak.

“Shortly after ‘Freefall’, I went to Berlin for the first time and was invited to visit Ableton’s headquarters. I used their studio for a day and met Sedric Perry and we hit it off. That morning I sketched out some chords with these minimal snaps you hear in the intro. The inspiration came from this elevated, almost otherworldly space, just stacking all these harmonies and adlibs. By the end of the day, we had a song!” – Pat Lok

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