Foreign Family Collective Releases MEMBA’s “Schools Out”

Foreign Family Collective Releases MEMBA’s “Schools Out”
Brian Bonavoglia

Certainly no strangers to the pages here at TSS, New York’s production duo MEMBA has unveiled their latest original “Schools Out” on Foreign Family Collective.

Recently delivering a remix of Odesza, connecting with their label doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Their latest offering is a lighthearted production fueled by fluttering percussions and exultant keys alongside silky smooth vocals which fall perfectly into the duo’s dynamic production style.

Add some color to your music library with this blissful tune below.

“For me, School’s Out is about childhood. That feeling of wonder we’re all born with. That sparkle in your eye that life tends to slowly wear out of you. We wanted to make a place where no one ever lost it.” – MEMBA

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