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Posted in music on June 24, 2013
by Andrew Sacher
The last time we heard from producer Felix Snow, it was the few tracks he helmed on SZA's impressive S EP. He's also been working with another singer, Gallant, who will release an EP titled Zebra this year. The new single from that EP, "If It Hurts," starts off with a guitar riff strikingly similar to blink-182's "Adam's Song," before drifting into reverb-washed atmospheres and vocals that sound more like How to Dress Well than Mark Hoppus.
Check out the new song, along with another Zebra track, "Please? (Vignette)," and Gallant's cover of Ke$ha's "Die Young," below...
Gallant - "If It Hurts"
Gallant - "Die Young" (Ke$ha Cover)
Gallant - "Please? (Vignette)