A few weeks ago we were treated to the beautifully haunting downtempo sounds of “Solid Gold,” the brand new single from Melbourne electronic duo Back Back Forward Punch. Accompanying the track was a stunning music video shot and directed by Jimmy Ennett (of Crux Media), together constructing a world of anticipation as their story of unraveling perceptions and coming of age unfolds.
Now here’s a remix of the track from Canadian beat connoisseur Pat Lok, which holds the mood well inside the light with his unrelenting influence of animated disco-house beats, as he explores an uplifting environment where smiling and dancing seem like the only things that ever really mattered.
“Solid Gold” is the uplifting and inspiring new single from Melbourne electronic duo, Back Back Forward Punch; the follow up to their early 2014 release “Emergency Bow Tie,” which gained them international praise and the attention of one of Australia most reputable radio stations, Triple J.
“Solid Gold” seesLaura Boland employ delicate and haunting vocals to tell their story of unraveling perceptions, coming of age, and ultimately revealing that we are all imperfect heroes to someone for a short time. Andy Liddell captivates with his dynamic and intricately layered production as he gracefully shapes the track with pulsing bass lines, manipulated vocal cuts and warbling keys.
Drawing sonic parallels with the likes of Kilter, BANKS, London Grammar and The Kite String Tangle, Back Back Forward Punchhave delivered a majestic track that blurs the lines between pop, trip-hop and soul.