“Honey”, el nuevo tema de Caribou tras dos años de silencio

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“Honey”, Caribou's new song after two years of silence

The Canadian electronic music Dan Snaithunder his artistic nickname Caribouends their two-year hiatus with the single “Honey” accompanied by an audiovisual piece.

After two years since Caribou's last release, with the song “You Can Do It”, the project of composer Dan Snaith, under the artistic nickname Caribou, releases the dance single “Honey”. The song has been very well received by its followers, as the song had been played at different festivals as part of sessions by artists such as Disclosure, Salute, Ross From Friends either Leon Vynehallamong others.

With an extensive catalog behind them such as “Up In Flames” (03) like manitoba, “Suddenly” (20) already like Caribou or its most recent “Cherry” (22) as Daphni, this new single puts an end to the wait of Snaith's fans, who were eagerly awaiting the singer's next project. “Money” is a song that is close to the sound and signature of the musician and producer in terms of sound, and that draws on the percussion of the legendary UK Garage drummers.

On the other hand, the audiovisual piece that accompanies “Honey” reflects the sound journey and creates a visual atmosphere according to the sound of the song, since in the video clip we can see photographs of flamingos creating an optical illusion. It is clear with this new release that each Dan Snaith project becomes a hit synonymous with quality.

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