Producer Glue70 has released a glistening twin track instalment, designed to fill your summer evenings with sonic sunshine. ‘Days Go On’ features a pulsing beat, reverb-soaked synth and a buoyant bass, all elevating the spacey vocal accompaniment into a tropical chill-hop ballad. This is coupled with the 2018 single ‘Til You Say’, filled with shimmering synth lines that burst into a funky and electric groove. Glue70 possesses the ability to float between genres with ease, creating an irresistibly smooth fusion of hip-hop, lo-fi, jazz and house.
Glue70 describes the meaning behind ‘Days Gone By’ as: “When you really care for someone, you can sometimes wish there were no days where you aren’t with them.”
This is the second release of the year for Glue70. The Mancunian producer discovered how to make music via a video-editing software, mastering the skill of manipulating sounds and refining his talent. His DIY approach has led to widespread recognition, with tracks being featured on multiple Spotify playlists and racking up millions of streams. Harbouring around 400K listeners to date, Glue70 has already established an impressive following ahead of the release of his album ‘2070’ later this year.