'We Can Come Together' is a collaboration with Bristol producer Eli Brown, and features acid synths over a classic piano riff with vocals declaring: "I feel the time has come for us to come together, I realize that only we can make it better."
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The music video for the track features inanimate objects that look like they have "faces" - including bins, sewer grates, guitars, and the roof of the Barbican Centre.
This isn't the first release from the Scottish DJ's alias, last year he launched a two-track EP released on Valentine's Day titled 'Love Generator 2', which followed the January 2020 release of underground-focused tracks 'Hypnagognic (I Can't Wait)' and 'CP-1'.
You can watch the music video for "We Can Come Together" below, and the track is out on all streaming platforms now.
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