George FitzGerald has released his first solo music in three years, with a single named ‘Ultraviolet’.
The electronica track is a soundscape of high tempo percussives and synth tones, brought together by uplifting bass.
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The single is accompanied by a visualiser created by designer David Rudnick and web developer Chris Shier to construct a futuristic music video to go alongside the track.
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On the release, FitzGerald says: “Ultraviolet came together over several long nights alone in the studio, dreaming about rushing to the furthest place I could imagine at the fastest speed possible. Firing through space at thousands of miles an hour without moving.”
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You can buy and stream ‘Ultraviolet’ here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter