Fresh off his well-supported track “No More” and remix of EDEN’s “Nocturne”, Los Angeles-based Pierce Fulton has released yet another epic tune. This up-and-coming artist teams up with Chicago’s Puppet to produce their new track “Boy and the Beast”.
Pierce has been known for his experimentation with different genres and instruments, meshing them together into unique sounds. Following his breakthrough after the release of his first extended play, “Pardon My French”, Pierce has continued to rise within the industry’s ranks and has evolved into an outstanding producer. Joining forces with Pierce is Brendan Baldwin, who is better known as Puppet. After recently releasing his breathtaking track “Without Me”, Puppet is back to Monstercat with this brand new stunner.
Kicking off with a long series of bells and bone-chilling chord progressions, the track provides a thrilling auditory experience right from the very start. With the included sound effects of walking on a snowy mountain and heavy wind blowing, “Boy and the Beast”, in simple terms, is not like any ordinary track.
Following the long introduction, the beast finally comes in with the hard-hitting drop that perfectly complements the build-up. Featuring a heart-pounding bassline, the drop delivers an insurmountable amount of power certainly set to blow the roof off any place. With the deft combination of Pierce’s and Puppet’s respective sounds, listeners should absolutely prepare for this dark and hair-raising roller coaster ride.
“Boy and the Beast” is out now and you can grab a copy here.