Lawrence Hart has unveiled his new track, ‘A Deeper Love’.
An emotional yet expansive and club-ready cut, the record opens with deep melodic elements and vocal phrases to create a mysterious dialogue before an explosive UKG-inspired beat kicks in which traverses more vocal hooks with added synths to craft a deep, driving tune.
It teases a sample of what is to come from his forthcoming third EP. Information about this is currently tight-lipped, with a release date even yet to be announced.
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“’A Deeper Love’ expresses that feeling of love beyond yourself and a yearning for connection,” says Hart on the single. “And the fact that disconnection from other people can often be emblematic of a lack of connection to yourself.”
His EP, it is teased, is an inquisitive number which “explores the chiaroscuro of music and how the listener’s physical and psychological environment shapes their experience.”
Keen to continually push boundaries through his production work, Hart has recently remixed lau.ra‘s ‘Body Go’ and even Foals’ recent single ‘Wake Me Up’. He’s also worked on recent records from Lil Silva and George Fitzgerald.
With his EP release date set to be confirmed, you can check out Lawrence Hart’s new single ‘A Deeper Love here, available via Attack Decay Sweet Release.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins