Vicetone is back with ‘I Hear You‘, billed as a sequel to their hit ‘Nevada‘ available on the Monstercat label, released today. The progressive house single is classic Vicetone—upbeat electronic dance music that builds into a fluttering, joyous explosion of layered synthesizers. Their creativity is apparent on the track, as the simple lyrics of “I hear you” are repeated over the bassline multiple times, matching the insistent beat to the insistence of the lyrical message.
Vicetone fans are in for more from the Dutch duo as they are also contributing to the soundtrack to popular video game Rocket League by releasing another track, ‘Apex‘, to feature in the game. With the 2nd single on the way, fans can catch them on the road this summer with a few scheduled dates including Ultra Europe Beach in Croatia.
Ruben den Boer and Victor Pool make up Vicetone, and have built a following aided in part by their track ‘United We Dance‘ which featured as the 2014 Ultra Music Festival aftermovie theme. Their debut EP Aurora in 2016 followed a string of successful singles, and was followed by hit singles ‘Anywhere I Go‘, ‘Kaleidoscope‘, and ‘Landslide‘ which featured vocals by indie band Youngblood Hawke.
Listen to ‘I Hear You’ below: