12 months after the Canadian producer pressed the reset button on his creative process and bought himself back to his roots, Vanic is ready to reemerge. In his hands, a debut artist album that as he puts it is “a little bit of the past and a lot of the future”. The new body of work sees him return to his musical roots but also explore new territories like house, DnB and bass.
The first track to see the light of day will be ‘So Slow’, a collaboration with two-time GRAMMY Award-nominated singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer K.Flay that should delight listeners. A sumptuous, luxurious production of future house and bass, the track sets the tone for a new era, one where Vanic allows himself space to experiment with different influences and new sounds. For the Canadian’s army of fans, this next chapter in his journey surely promises to be just as explosive as his beginning.
‘So Slow’ is about that feeling when a relationship ends, you’re sort of in a time warp, the clock is a glacier. You watch it move tick by tick, wishing you could magically fast forward to a month or six months or a year ahead, to a moment when you’re not laying in bed all day missing that person, but none of us can rush time.
Having collaborated before on free downloads to high praise, these two come together for their first official release, releasing through Lowly.