Flux Pavilion and What So Not enlist The Chain Gang of 1974 on scintillating new single, ’20:25′
Flux Pavilion and What So Not have both been heavy on the release front this year. The two electronic music staples have now intertwined in an unlikely partnership on their new joint effort, “20:25.” To make matters more head-turningly interesting, they’ve enlisted the vocal help of legendary indie-pop artist The Chain Gang of 1974. Out now on Circus Records, the smooth and scintillating collaborative number is highly expressive through catchy chord progressions, ethereal melodies, and pure indietronica vibes.
The song’s lyrics signal an honest, emotive approach that The Chain Gang of 1974 has become known for. Moreover, the words speak to the introspection of measuring one’s self-worth that most conscious individuals go through. Both Flux Pavilion and What So Not’s styles are very distinctive up front as listeners become exposed to a technical prowess which meshes fluidly and beautifully. The result is a chill future bass tune that is both relaxing and nostalgic. “20:25” also stands as the perfect indie hit to transition into the cooler months of fall.