We’ve been loving Byron Bay’s Soft Motion (real name Chris Horwood) for a while now. The multi-instrumentalist consistently delivers groovy and shimmering indie synth-pop tracks that seep into your bones and make your body dance.
Now, with the release of his seriously infectious new single Eva, the artist continues his streak of producing quality tunes.
On his new track Eva, Byron Bay multi-instrumentalist Soft Motion has enlisted the help of Fiona Franklin to craft an infectious track that feels simultaneously haunting and seductive.
On the new track, Horwood navigates a woozy blend of sleazy bass lines, glittery synths, and crooning vocals to deliver a sound that belongs entirely to himself.
To round out Eva‘s unnerving tones, Soft Motion enlisted the help of Fiona Franklin, who lays down ghostly backing vocals that’ll send shivers down your spine. As the two contrasting vocal lines weave into one another, a sound is created that feels simultaneously haunting and seductive.
Soft Motion has recently been working on his next EP, which is set to be released later this year. If this new tune is anything to go by, I think it’s safe to expect more quality tunes courtesy of this Byron Bay artist.
For now, do yourself a favour and listen to the new track above.