With his eagerly-awaited new album landing in the coming months, Dayglow has now dropped the next cut to be lifted from his forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Deep End' comes accompanied by a vibrant new video, and follows on from the previously shared lead track 'Then It All Goes Away' in previewing his third LP 'People In Motion', which is out on the 7th October.
Speaking about the new offering, he said, "Making ‘Deep End’ was a really revitalizing experience for me. I had just gotten a vintage synth called an Oberheim Matrix 6 and was just having fun messing with the sounds it could make. I wasn’t giving myself any restrictions or confines of what “sound” I was going for: I was just using my imagination and trying to make something that felt good and free. ‘Deep End’ felt clean and poppy yet really raw in a strange way. I love electronic/dance music that feels “human” and “alive”— it’s such a treacherous challenge to accomplish yet I feel like this song made the magic happen, and opened a door to the world that would become People in Motion. I didn’t give myself any creative limitation, and really didn’t try to have many outside references for it. I’m still making all of these songs by myself in a spare bedroom in my house, yet something about this album just feels bigger than me and so expansive in a creative sense. ‘Deep End’ is a great example of that feeling to me."
Check out the new video for 'Deep End' in the player below.