Putting talented Asian artists in the spotlight, 88rising has built an impressive platform where signed artists like Joji, Rich Brian and NIKI enjoy massive mainstream hits.
Recently they brought electronic music virtuoso Josh Pan, who grew up in Taiwan, to the stage of their Head In The Clouds festival in L.A., which was followed by his debut album "Go With The Fire". This track came with an immersive music video that followed various heists carried out by a man with angel wings and his fearless sidekick.
Now the second part of Pan's two-part video series has been released in the form of "float", which rounds off the story and at the same time offers another outstanding single by the producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Littered with its distinctive vocals, “float” juxtaposes wonderfully indietronica sound design with hard-hitting percussion.
"While the lyrics have an obvious meaning, with feelings of loss and despair mourning the end of a relationship, 'float' is left to the interpretation of the listener," explained Pan. “The feelings and ideas presented by the texts can be applied to any situation and relationship, be it romantic, platonic, familial, or even a relationship to a substance or an addictive behavior. Apply the lyrics and feelings of this song to life in your own context and tell me what it means to you. "
You can stream "Float" here and listen to it below.
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