Tritonal Mix Things Up With Latest Offering ‘Born Yesterday’

Texan duo Tritonal continue their prolific 2020 with ‘Born Yesterday’. Teaming up with Brigetta for the first time, the track shows a different side to Tritonal’s ever-growing repertoire.

Tritonal implement a more groovy sound with ‘Born Yesterday’, rather than their usual progressive trance sounds. Unsurprisingly, the production is incredibly well made and for something that isn’t their usual sound – the sound design on the record is perfect. Together Brigetta’s vocals, this becomes the ultimate dance record. Opening with a powerfully guided voiceover from spiritualist and scholar of Eastern thought, Alan Watts, it explodes into life in a truly thought provoking way.

It seems there is nothing stopping Tritonal at the moment, the talented duo have released nothing but quality lately.




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