StéLouse Drops Huge Future Song, “Sunday Chords”

StéLouse Drops Huge Future Song, “Sunday Chords”

Sorry this is coming a day or two late, but this song is simply too great to go unnoticed.

StéLouse, a producer out of Denver, Colorado, has serious talent with some synths. Sunday Chords is a part of Hebinomichi Vol. 2, which has a pretty solid lineup of songs. This song has a mellow, wobbly build up with uplifting synths that eventually drops into a symphony of heavy drums, crashing symbols, some huge chords, and intricate synth work.

There is just something about this song that gives it a great vibe and it really drew my attention to StéLouse. He has been releasing a lot of good music recently, partnering with KRNE for his latest release, “Tiny Hero”. So check it out, give it a download, and explore the other great songs StéLouse has to offer.

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