Metronomy’s Anna Prior premieres “Tech Não”

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A track which marks the beginning of his career as a soloist.

Anna PriorDJ, drummer and producer Metronomy He has released his first single as a solo artist “Tech Não”a taste of what is expected in his EP scheduled for the end of the year and the beginning of a promising career as a soloist.

On the surface, it’s about losing friends in the crowd, helplessness and vulnerability, but deep down, it’s about when the energy in the room starts to turn toward the unknown and you’re not sure if what you just saw was real. and when the euphoria the highs are not as good as they seem,” he explained. “This song has a happy ending, which I didn’t end up writing lyrics for directly, but I feel it when I listen to it; is about the relief of being found and saved by friendly strangers and dear old friends,” Anna said.

Four minutes in which electric and alternative sounds are fused, making it one of the favorites for the party. Accompanying this release is the official video, created together with James Greenwood (also know as Ghost Culture), an immersive video directed by AI Tom Furse, which places the viewer in a sweaty, moody nightclub.

“Tech Não” is already on your favorite platform, ready to be downloaded and shared, but above all to liven up the holidays, so give it a play.


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