Thoreau’s new single “Illusion,” a collaboration with talented singer Tina DeCara, shows off a new dimension to the trap artist. The single starts on a highly melodic foot, launching the listener into an almost spiritual world of clever synthesis and warm, echo-y vocals. “Illusion” punches listeners in the gut with a bout of heavy bass and guitar riffs that stimulate the mind and cause a visceral reaction.
“Illusion” is Thoreau’s first original and comes as a strong follow up to successful remixes which include the likes of Drake’s “Girls Love Beyonce” and Trace’s “Low.” Both are great representations of Thoreau’s signature sound: mellowed out future bass with a hint of soul.
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