Pastel Pursues 2020 Run With Mesmerizing Cut ‘Bamboo’

We couldn’t see a better year for Pastel. ‘Bamboo’ sees the London-based Frenchie collaborate again with elizatwinkies after ‘No Rush’ three years ago. And no surprises here, the duo doesn’t disappoint with another summer-tinted, enchanting Bedroom Pop gem.

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Pastel never ceases to impress by his constant renewal, ‘Bamboo’ making the perfect example. In the wake of the critically-acclaimed ‘Daylight’, he discloses a nostalgia-filled jam, harmoniously balanced by catchy guitar lead and electronic “lo-fi” synths alongside a smooth slow tempo, and upheld by elizatwinkies’ soothing vocals.

Combining styles of Boy Pablo and Tom Misch, Pastel already remixed records for the likes of Camila Cabello, Bazzi, Otzeki and Jarreau Vandal to name a few, and with his hit track ‘Floating’ having garnered over a million plays on Spotify in less than six months, he continues to draw his musical inspiration from across a wide range of genres and international traditions including Neo-Soul, Bossa Nova and late 60’s music.

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