Last September, TELYKast announced that they were adding a third member, Trevor Klaiman, to the group and their music has only soared to new heights since. They’ve garnered countless plays across their remixes of Post Malone, Autograf, and Charlie Puth, their Lowly Palace singles “Going Under” and “Fall Down On Me” and their Sammy Adams featured hit “Driving”. Their originals have received dozens of remixes from the likes of Ryan Dominic, Midas, and MVRSE, and their latest is bound to drive an uproar of remixes. The LA-based trio is already known for collaborating with some of the top names in dance music like BKAYE and Ellusive, and for their new original, they’ve teamed up with dance pop champion Steve Void and LA-based pop songstress Natalie Major for “Comfortable”. Released via Void’s Strange Fruits label, deeply vibrant synths bounce around Major’s soulful coos with smashing percussion building the track into a fun and flirty future pop drop spiraled by playful synths and energetic vocal chops. TELYKast and Steve Void’s new collaboration is a brilliant exposé of what’s in store for the thriving dance pop trio this year. Stream Steve Void and TELYKast’s new single “Comfortable” below.
Steve Void & TELYKast – Comfortable (ft. Natalie Major) | Free Download
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