Los Angeles, California Jul 15, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Musical Artist and Producer Felix Kay release his new single, ‘Surrender’, coming off the success of their recent track ‘Flowers’.The song is a throwback to 90s and early 2000s dance tracks with electronic breakbeat and UK bass elements.
“The artist is an EDM producer that really gives off deadmau5 vibes we think. The electronic feeling is very strong with this one. There is a feeling of extreme color, and knowledge of sound selection that is very prevalent within the single and the musician absolutely shows off his knowledge.” said deathordesire.com.
They went on to say “We start to want to dance with the single and this absolutely feels like a festival banger to us as well.Roadie-music.com writes “In the intro, with a magnificent synthesizer, are gripped by the musical whirlwind of Felix Kay. Surrender is a composition that arrives with the energy on the rise, shaking the structures with perfect beats, instrumental arrangements that make us want to dance at all times, in addition to vocals in their special melodies and very striking.
“Surrender” is currently available (but not limited to) on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, Beatport, SoundCloud, YouTube, YouTube Music, iHeartRadio, and numerous streaming platforms.
Check out the music video here: Surrender by Felix Kay (VEVO)
About the Artist
Felix Kay is a music creator, writer, and film producer based in Vancouver, Canada, and Los Angeles, California. As a producer, Felix has helped make films with many notable celebrities and independent filmmakers. As a musician, Felix emphasizes Synthwave, EDM, and Electronica.
His music can be found on numerous streaming platforms.
Twitter: Felix Kay (@TheFelixKay) / Twitter
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SoundCloud: Stream Felix Kay music | Listen to songs, albums, and playlists for free on SoundCloud
Spotify: Felix Kay Spotify
YouTube: Felix Kay YouTube
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