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  • PREMIERE: London Topaz Releases Blissful Single “Drifting” ft. Blush’ko


    London Topaz has crafted a unique blend of indie-dance/electro-house music that is reminiscent of the likes of RUFUS DU SOL and Hayden James, while still having his own unique flair. Over the last two years, he’s been busy working on a collection of new music, one being his new single “Drifting” ft. Blush’ko that we are thrilled to premiere!

    The song stays true to the title, offering blissful vocals and transcendent melodies that make you feel as though you’re drifting along in a beautiful paradise. It’s impossilbe not to want to keep this one on repeat, as Topaz shows just how dynamic of a producer he is both with vocals and captivating synth sounds.

    “This song really means a lot to me. It was the first song I wrote post pandemic after taking some time away from music and wanted to capture what I had felt over the last few years. The song is about trying to break free of imposter syndrome, but then always drifting back into feelings of inadequacy. The beauty is in the weight of the lyrics and the way it cruises over the instrumental.”

    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: PREMIERE: London Topaz Releases Blissful Single “Drifting” ft. Blush’ko

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